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RESTORE THE FAMILY to stop Crime, Violence, Gangsterism, & Sexual Abuse in South Africa

South Africa has been rocked by violent unrest recently. News channels broadcast images of burning buildings, gutted delivery vehicles, and most horrifying, people being burnt alive on the streets of the city. Foreigners were targeted and assaulted by armed mobs and stores looted and burnt to the ground.

At the same time, news broke of the rape and murder of several women. Although these horrific crimes gripped the attention of the nation, the high rate of rape, abuse, and violence against women and children in South Africa is sadly nothing new.

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