South Africa Trial of 2 Men Accused of Raping Lesbian


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The guise of so called “corrective” rape against lesbians are hate attacks by men who believe woman are there for their use!

By Melanie Nathan, January 28, 2015.

Melanie Nathan speaking at Cape Town Pride 2011 about so called "corrective" rape against lesbians.

The trial of two men accused of raping a lesbian, to supposedly “correct” her sexual orientation commenced in the South African city of Port Elizabeth, Wednesday.

The Port Elizabeth High Court heard testimony from a witness who was with the men at the time, Thabizolo Nodada. He described how four men – Sonwabo Ngcete (20), Khuselo Manta (22), Siyamthanda Ndiza (21) and Siyabonga Mahlangu (21) – allegedly attacked the unnamed woman in the early hours of the morning on 29 January 2012.

The Sowetan reports that the woman was raped in the Eastern Cape township of Kwazakhele:’

Nodada told the court that, as the woman, known to be lesbian, approached the men, Ngcete said to the others: “Here is a child that acts…

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