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0 Users ReachedOur award winning GBV Reflections TVC is showing nationally on the Transit TV Network and on DSTV on the Trace Network Channels. Highlighting the cycle of Gender Based Violence and how it impacts our communities.
0K MentionWe helped identify a manipulated and coordinated Xenophobia Network on South African Twitter. We successfully implemented an influencer campaign that created 97.6K mentions on Twitter, with the objective of countering and shifting the narrative.
0+ GBV Protaganists Engaged WithThe experiment was set out to see if the protagonist will organically heed our call and use the resources we had created to change the narrative within the GBV Conversation