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Monday, November 4, 2019

The 25th of November marked the beginning of 16 days of activism for no violence against women and children. The 2017 theme is "Count me in: together moving a non-violent South Africa". The CHE fully supports this initiative and advocates for a non-violent South Africa. As part of raising the awareness, we would like to encourage all our stakeholders to take part in raising awareness by following @che_SouthAfrica(link is external) on Twitter and @CHESouthAfrica(link is external) on Facebook to amplify the message for 'no violence against women and children' under the #16DaysofActivism2017 #CountMeIn.

Please see follow the link below to read more about the campaign:

Link: https://www.gov.za/speeches/16-days-activism-2017-23-nov-2016-1319(link is external)  

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