The Pippa Hudson Show live from Nonceba Family Councelling Centre, Khayelitsha

The Pippa Hudson Show will be coming to you live from Nonceba Family Counselling Centre in Khayelitsha.

The Nonceba Family Counselling Centre offers trauma counselling to survivors of rape and gender violence and provides a place of safety for abused women.

Founded in 1998, this organisation is aimed at reducing the number of abused children in townships; provide support to those who have been abused and their families and also promote the prevention of abuse through awareness campaigns.

The centre has developed a number of programmes to help those fallen victim of abuse to recuperate and these includes victim support and prevention of abuse.

While there CapeTalk’s Pippa Hudson will have a chat to a few stakeholders at Nonceba including Ashley Kaimowitz’s sister, Kelly Kaimowitz.

Also read: LeadSA: In honor of Ashley Kaimowitz

Stay tuned as Pippa Hudson talk to the lady who began it all, Nocawe Mankayi. She is the co-founder of Nonceba, a previous manager of the centre.

Pauline Perez is a social worker by profession and the current manager of Nonceba. She has been in this role since 2012 and she will be telling Pippa Hudson about the operations of the centre.

Thando and Sisanda have a remarkable story to share. They both currently stay at Nonceba to escape the cruelties of domestic violence.

Stay tuned to CapeTalk to hear all about Nonceba and the Women’s day activities taking place in Cape Town.

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