Gender activist Thato Molosankwe has called for 10 thousand men from all provinces to join him for the last hundred kilometres of his marathon walk on the 27th of this month, from Smithfield to Bloemfontein in the Free State.
Molosankwe started his more than 4 thousand kilometre walk across all nine provinces in 2017 to raise awareness against abuse, rape and murder of women and children.
The 39-year-old says he slept in 200 police stations during his journey.
Molosankwe believes his walk will transform men and stop the violence.
“I hope that men will realise the pain we are infringing on these women and children. I believe that they will start to do what is right. Men will be inspired to do right and claim their image their dignity and respect. We have declared 2018 a year of moral restoration,” he said.