Mzansi entrepreneur loses business after refusing to sleep with shop owner, inspires women with her strength

  • A brave woman took a stand against a man who was trying to force her into having physical sex in order to save his business
  • Namhle Noyi shared her story on social media, letting all women know that it’s okay to say no
  • The people of Mzansi were disgusted by what had happened but so proud of the young woman for taking a stand

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Patriarchy is still strong in Mzansi, with many women facing discrimination and abuse. A woman sadly lost her business after defending herself by refusing to have sex with the store owner.

Namhle Noyi took a stand against GBV by saying “no” to a man even though she knew it would result in the loss of her business. Image: Instagram / @namhle_n
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Many women are forced into harrowing situations because they have been made to believe that there is no other way for them to survive than under a man’s hands and control.

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Namhle Noyi is a female entrepreneur who stood her ground when a man tried to undermine and manipulate her into doing something she didn’t want just to save her business.

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She owns a salon and is a self-taught makeup artist who also does hair weaves. She rented a shop from a man who recently tried to force her to have physical relations with him.

Taking an act of bravery in order to let other women know that it’s okay to stand up for yourself, Namhle shared it story on social networks. She shared pictures from an altercation she had with the store owner after he made advances to her and his staff members.

Nakhle wasn’t going to sit back and let this man treat women like they were pieces of meat that he was entitled to. Yes, she lost her business because of this, however, Namhle thinks she won a little battle for women.

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Girls, your bravery is inspiring!

People thank Namhle for taking a stand against gender-based discrimination and violence

The comments section of Namhle’s posts was filled with heavy messages from people irritated by what she went through, but also proud of the courage she had to say no.

Take a look at some of the comments:

@brown_eyed_girl said:

“Respect sisi, you blossom even more.”

@Milisa Roxanne Zozo said:

“I’m really sorry, you will definitely find a better place.”

@Lelethu Stephaans said:

“God will give you something bigger and better ❤”

@user2543063835911 said:

“Send previous videos to Operation Dudula. They will deal with him. Sorry yeva.

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“Imagine it’s 3:10 in the morning and the guy upstairs who has an apartment above mine is beating up his girlfriend. They’re so loud and the noise is so ridiculous, the crying, the floor slamming and the slamming bed and breaking stuff woke me up.

“I put on my sweatpants and went knocking on their door. I was hurt not only by the gender-based violence, but also by the fact that they woke me up from my sleep.”

Source: News in Brief