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Catch Rhythm City, weekdays 7 PM on and eHD (OpenView Channel 104) In August and September, Rhythm City and Brothers for Life come together to create a hard-hitting storyline to empower individuals and communities to combat Sexual and Gender-based Violence.  It is estimated that over 40% of women in South Africa may be raped in their lifetime and that only 1 in 4 rapes is reported... continue reading
Centre for Communication Impact mourns the death of Prudence Nobantu Mabele. We remember her unwavering support for our programmes ZAZI and Brothers For Life and her selfless contribution to the global HIV response, which began when she became the first South African woman to disclose her HIV status in 1992. Ms Mabele or Pru as she was known was a vocal, vivacious, stylishly elegant, fearless... continue reading
Monday 19th June 2017: Following the success of his own medical circumcision and circumcision campaign in March this year, Kagiso Modupe is now the face of a new Brothers for Life circumcision campaign that goes live on Monday 19th June.  Modupe (34) is a well-known television star and Brothers for Life ambassador. He got medically circumcised and more than 5000 men followed suit in a nation... continue reading
Brothers for Life is outraged and saddened by the on-going violence perpetrated against women and children, including lesbians, gays, bi-sexual and intersex people across South Africa. We receive daily reports of heinous acts of rape, murder, abuse, assault  and we refuse to be desensitised and immobilised by these crimes.   It’s time to act and make our voices heard as we say #... continue reading
Saturday, 11 March 2017: Around 2000 men in Gauteng, KZN, Mpumpalanga and the North West were medically circumcised today. Among them was Kagiso Modupe (33), well-known South African soapie star and Brothers for Life ambassador, who launched a nation-wide campaign recently to mobilise men to circumcise regardless of their age or health status. Modupe was circumcised at the Katlehong North... continue reading
Join us in celebrating our Project Manager, Sara Chitambo who has been  named one of 200 Young South Africans in the Mail & Guardian’s annual prestigious list.
And the power of the collective is a concept that has followed her into adult life. Cases of injustice and gender based violence (GBV) and issues of injustice aggrieve Steve. When Busisiwe’s 2005 gang rape case in Thembisa dragged on for years Steve was part of a group of women arrested for participating in the One to Nine campaign in 2008, demanding an end to the unnecessary delays and judicial... continue reading
ZAZI is a Nguni word which means “know yourself”. The ZAZI campaign kicked off with a music video and song, featuring popular artist Zonke and poet Nova. The song and music video embody the spirit of ZAZI, by depicting young women making positive choices in difficult situations, and joining other women who have made similar choies, who know and love themsleves and want to have a brighter future... continue reading