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Khwezi, Fierce Advocate of Women’s Rights and the Fight Against Rape in South Africa, Has Died Okayafrica.


Khwezi, Fierce Advocate of Women’s Rights and the Fight Against Rape in South Africa, Has Died Okayafrica.: Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo, known to the public as Khwezi, died yesterday. Her family confirmed her death in a statement on Sunday. The cause of her death has not been revealed.

“It is with the deepest sorrow that the Kuzwayo family announces the passing of our daughter Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo. In our family she was lovingly known as Fezeka, and in the public domain her supporters called her Khwezi,” the statement read. “A daughter, a sister and an aunt we will forever hold dear in our hearts. We loved her in life, let us never forget her after death.”

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