Too often, the VICTIM has found themselves at the mercy of law enforcement, society and the perpetrator. Repeatedly having to defend themselves from all forms of attack. This assertion made by the Minister of Police SA, Mr Fikile Mbalula on 31 May 2017, couldn't have come at a better time. It would be a great… Continue reading Curbing further victimization of the VICTIM
We often wonder how a woman finds herself in an abusive relationship…. Quick to judge, Quick to quip, Quick to say I would never… When in reality, we are all one step, one moment and one word from loving an abuser. Many of the women who have lost their lives at the hands of an… Continue reading We are all abuse victims in waiting….
Imagine a morning when you can wake up and go to the wardrobe and wear whatever you felt like wearing....
We are the YAYA Sisterhood and ours is to create a bond that transcends time, borders and backgrounds. Yaya: n. Woman origin; Greek Yaya: n. Miss/Missy origin; Brazilian Our name YAYA Sisterhood was derived from two movies: Yaya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells, a story about a young woman's journey of forgiveness and acceptance following a… Continue reading YAYA Sisterhood