By Dane Isaacs, Benita Moolman and Catherine Ndinda
The recent allegations against a Cape Town musician brought to light the distorted notions of perpetrators and perpetration that continue to dominate South African’s conversations about acts and patterns of gender-based violence against women and children.
Isaacs is a PhD intern at the Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa (HSRC) and a doctoral candidate in the department of psychology at Stellenbosch University. Moolman is the programme manager of the Global Citizenship Programme at UCT and Ndinda is a human settlements and gender specialist at the HSRC.
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