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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

The South African miniskirt march (not to be confused with the South African boot dance...)

JOHANNESBURG - You have heard of Mungiki stripping women in Naivasha. Well, in South Africa, taxi drivers are doing the same. Ati wearing a miniskirt is wrong!

Nwabisa Ngcukana, 25, had to parade but naked at the Noord Taxi Rank after a mob of taxi drivers stripped and tore her clothes. Her crime was wearing a short skirt. They savagely tore her skirt and panties as you can see from this picture...

"I have never been so traumatised in my life. I thought these taxi drivers were going to rape me," Ngcukana said. "As they stripped me they kept shouting that this is what I wanted. Some were sticking their fingers in my vagina while others poured alcohol over my head and called me all sorts of names."

Well, what did the South African women do? A female radio DJ asked people to call in and they talked: I would feel disappointed if this is not debated in the next Parliament sitting. But more importantly, they did not just talk. Of course, they took action. They organized a mini skirt march and went over to the taxi rank!

























































































































































































































In the end, I think everybody has a right to wear whatever they want!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who took these photos? You are in Kenya, no? You out many things on this page without saying they came from here or there.

candybox said...

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

Amkeni Ndugu Zetu! said...

@anonymous at 7:59 - Am I in Kenya? am I in Austria? Am I in the US? You take a guess. I'd very dumb to tell you where I am, won't I? If you have a problem, I'm sure you'll find many blogs who "out" many things and actually do say "they came from here or there" - please do visit them. If you don't like it here, skip to the next one!