The Fergusons Host A Sexual Harassment Impact Workshop

They are playing their part in ending sexual harrassmnet

By  | Nov 05, 2020, 10:24 PM  | Top of the

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Sexual harassment is very rife in several parts of the world and it shows no sign of abating as many people are constantly affected by this horrendous act.

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What we can say is that no one deserves to be abused! It is no secret that Botswana and Mzansi are one of the countries which are always at the forefront, in fighting the scourge of gender-based violence and sexual harassment. Many celebs have been using their social media accounts to create awareness with regard to these crimes.

Since the year had begun, there has been an increase in the levels of these crimes committed and this leaves one concerned. The Ferguson Films production company recently hosted a sexual harassment impact workshop on the set of The Queen Mzansi.

The workshop saw the cast and crew members sharing their thought on how sexual harassment can be ended and pledging that they will never commit the crime.

In a post shared by Swift SA Africa, they posted a snap of Connie and Shona with two other females and thanked them for hosting the workshop.

"The leadership @ferguson_films in full support of Sexual Harassment impact workshop held on the set of @the_queen_mzansi Big thanks to the cast and crew who opened their minds and hearts and took the pledge to play their role in ending harassment and discrimination in the entertainment industry. Book your hour-long session for your office or set, our qualified social workers/counselors can conduct it during your lunch so that we don't disturb the production."

Although sexual assault can be very broad many celebs have been using their platforms to call for all Gender-Based Violence and human trafficking incidents to come to an end.

Another celeb who recently weighed in on Gender-Based Violence and Human Trafficking is Bonang Matheba. This follows after the Minister of Police in South Africa Bheki Cele and MEC Faith Mazibuko raided a high-end nightclub in Sandton.

The back door club was breaking the lockdown rules and allegedly failed to produce a liquor license. Bonang said they should keep the same energy on GBV and the MEC silenced her.

Faith Mazibuko coyly responded to her tweet by saying.

"Police must raid more of these elite clubs. I like what I see on twitter today.

The consistent voices against GBVF have been augmented by voices of young women with millions of followers on social media. The message against GBVF has reached many because of a raid at Blackdoor."

Image Cred: Instagram @Swift_SA
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