SA Women Fight Back A Story of Activism

"An activist is someone who cannot help but fight for something. That person is usually
not motivated by a need for power , or money, or fame, but in fact driven slightly mad by 
some injustice, some cruelty, some unfairness - so much so that he or she is compelled by
some internal moral engine to act to make it better"
~Eve Ensler~

Video by Ronica Chigwaja, visuals the warriors of SAWFB, music by Hashcan.

A list too long..What HAVE we done?  Senzeni Na?

Let's Do it For..

The day Cindy September started her post on the SA Women Fight Back group, with the words Let's Do it For..will go down as one of the days I will remember forever. The comments just kept on coming, the names of South Africa's fallen angels just kept on being added, the pain kept rolling in waves. I personally added two names to that list. It is but a small way I can acknowledge those I held dear, who also paid the ultimate price for being a South African female.

A Facebook Group Member and SAWFB Supporter

I Won't Be Next - A documentary featuring our founder Bronwyn Litkie

Message of thanks from a Family

Hi SAWFB Warriors.. a huge thank you for the petition. The case has been postponed to 02/06/20. I cant explain in words what an impact the petition had on the case. I was there from 09:00 and heard case after case, which lasted between 10 and 30 min each.  The accused appearance lasted less than one minute. It was at that moment that I truly realized the power of SA Women Fight Back.
I would strongly encourage victimized families not to go to court without you. It saddens me that the group originated from a point of pain and deep loss but every time you assist a woman it honours and is a remembrance of the fallen warriors who went before us.