Project Description

Intro SESHEGO Women are not punching bags - they need love and support. You strike a woman, you strike a rock! 10 APRIL 2019
ATTENDEES: 900
CAPRICORN
TVET
COLLEGE
- Mfundani Philani, SRC Representative

REPORT:

Seshego Campus is situated just 20 minutes outside of Polokwane. Because of limited hall space and the number of students wanting to participate, students were divided into two groups and two separate workshops were held.

  • A total of just over 900 attended the two workshops showing a real hunger for this kind of intervention.
  • Campus student support shared a welcoming word before the commencement of the workshop, extending a warm word of thank you to the team for taking time to visit the campus.

  • Much of the conversation during the interactive session centred around the importance of a father figure in the life of a boy child and the great lack of positive role models in the community.

  • A total of just over 900 attended the two workshops showing a real hunger for this kind of intervention.
  • Campus student support shared a welcoming word before the commencement of the workshop, extending a warm word of thank you to the team for taking time to visit the campus.

  • Much of the conversation during the interactive session centred around the importance of a father figure in the life of a boy child and the great lack of positive role models in the community.

What will you change after this workshop?

I will respect my partner more after this workshop.

Mahlodi sekeba, Student

I will avoid unnecessary conflict at all costs for a better living..

Isaac malose, Student

I will report abuse regardless of the gender.

Phuthi mashiane, Student

I will learn how to share my feelings with my friends. Good or bad.

Thembi Tiati, Student

I will respect others without checking their financial status first.

Mmangwedi Sebele, Student

I will be a better person to the women in my life and the community at large.

Mashado, Student

I will speak up and be a game changer.
No excuse for GBV!

Tebogo Lefoka, Student

I say no to abuse.

Lebogang Makana, Student

What will you change after this workshop?

I will respect my partner more after this workshop.

Mahlodi sekeba, Student

I will avoid unnecessary conflict at all costs for a better living..

Isaac malose, Student

I will report abuse regardless of the gender.

Phuthi mashiane, Student

I will learn how to share my feelings with my friends. Good or bad.

Thembi Tiati, Student

I will respect others without checking their financial status first.

Mmangwedi Sebele, Student

I will be a better person to the women in my life and the community at large.

Mashado, Student

I will speak up and be a game changer.
No excuse for GBV!

Tebogo Lefoka, Student

I say no to abuse.

Lebogang Makana, Student

The reason why people don’t share with us that they are being abused, is some of them are benefitting from their partner financially.

– Student

WATCH A SHORT CLIP OF THE WORKSHOP