From victimhood to victory. The stories that matter. 

From victimhood to VICTORY. Human Rights for ALL. The better way to a BETTER LIFE

Stories of Change

Tshepo Mamahlaku

A story of Tshepo Mamahlaku, a 25-year-old man from eMalahleni who has been abused by the mother of his daughter tells a story of how secondary victimization by the police has made it difficult for him to access justice largely because he is a man.

Phumla Sibanyani

A story of Lesbian woman who recounts a series of abuse at the hands of her uncle in Kanyamazani, Mbombela.

Sakhile Ditshego

A story of a reformed perpetrator Sakhile Ditshego who talks about how his bad childhood has shaped the man he later became and expresses.

Sebenzile Hlongwane

A story of Sebenzile Hlongwane who had had difficulties in accessing justice in eThekwini West and mostly importantly demonstrating the idea that GBV can have long-lasting effects on the mother and children.

Tintswalo Maluleka

A story of a Tintswalo Maluleka (33) who was encouraged to stay in an abusive relationship by her grandmother in Soweto, Johannesburg has been produced.

Jackie Chauke

Jackie Chauke has endured abuse for over 25 years at the hands of her husband. Chauke lives in a posh suburb of Lyndurst, Johannesburg and would like to use her story to debunk the myth that GBV always happens in townships and impoverished communities