Welcome to SA Women Fight Back

A group of South African women are pledging their contribution to the safety of all women and children in South Africa, now  considered the most dangerous country in the world to be a woman.  We say enough is enough, we choose to live free, fortified and fearless. Together we can do it.

If you are currently suffering at the hands of an abuser and need help please contact us to see how we can assist.

The power to end this scourge of Gender Based Violence lies within us. A group of over 240 000 women have come together and are networking and collaborating to create solutions and alternatives.  With the right platforms in place we can support it each other where it counts.  To date we have designed a unique VAULT that allows our paid members to upload and save their important documents allowing them to build a comprehensive portfolio of proof of abuse.

The MiVoice Communicator and Safety App has been specifically designed to strengthen community support and have direct access to the larger SA Women Fight Back group through an instant communicator, the platform where magic will start to happen.  It is also a safety APP allowing for an instant emergency call to go out to a network of supporters.

SA Women Fight Back was started by ordinary women, who are now one year later doing extra-ordinary things. Join us, help us, become a paid member for less than a cup of coffee a month and play your part in making SA just that little bit safer and more welcoming for our generations to come.

Our activist department lobbies government, draws up and delivers NO BAIL petitions, calls for marches and awareness campaigns and offers court support for those who have not managed to escape being yet another statistic.  Let us be their voices, let us be the strength their families seek, let us be the generation that puts an end to this dark period in the life of our country. 

Meet our Board and catch a glimpse of the possibilities we imagine..

“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” 

Arundhati Roy