THE NATIONAL SHELTER MOVEMENT RALLIES BEHIND KZN SHELTERS AND WOMEN AFFECTED BY VIOLENCE

The National Shelter Movement of South Africa (NSMSA) – a gender justice organisation which serves a network of 98 shelters for abused women and their children in all nine provinces around the country – says it is concerned about the implications of the recent unrest and the impact on gender-based domestic and intimate partner violence in the affected areas. According...

National Shelter Movement’s helpline starts taking calls – dedicated to those seeking help from domestic and intimate partner violence

From Wednesday 2 December, women and other victims of domestic violence in South Africa are able to contact the National Shelter Movement of South Africa’s (NSMSA) 24-hour toll-free Shelter Helpline. This is the first national helpline exclusively dedicated to helping victims of domestic abuse access shelter services in each of the nine provinces, while also assisting with a variety of...Continue reading

NSMSA Gears-up to launch SA’s first dedicated shelter HELPLINE – for abused women

The National Shelter Movement of South Africa (NSMSA) is excited to announce that it will soon launch its own 24-hour toll-free shelter helpline – the first helpline dedicated only to issues of domestic and intimate partner violence – in an effort to get more women to the safety of shelters, away from their abuser. This week, the team of social...