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OBR and Kwanele-Enuf is enuf: A call for Justice

South Africa > Johannesburg > Gallery, arts on Maine., Maboneng precinct. Johannesburg. > 2013-12-07 > 09:00 am

About The Event

VENUE: Ballies Gallery at Arts on Main Exhibition and display 09h00 to 17h00 • ART • PHOTOGRAPHIC • VIDEO AN ACTION FORUM ON JUSTICE: 14h00 to 16h00 PANELISTS: Facilitator: Rosie Motene. OBR JHB coordinator. Vice-chair of POWA (People opposing women abuse) 1. Andy Kawa: Survivor and Businesswomen and founder of Kwanele-Enuf is Enuf. 2. Dr. Thandokuhle Mngqibisa: Doctor, survivor and poet. 3. National Prosecuting authority spokesperson: Mthunzi Mhaga 4. Member of police forum. TBC. 5. Representative from V-girls 6. Julia Mashele: Author and arrested in May 1993 and kept in prison for seven years, until May 2000, when she was acquitted on all 32 charges. CONTACT: Rosie Motene. [email protected] Twitter: @obrsa Facebook: One Billion Rising South Africa. www.onebillionrising.org www.vday.org

About The Organizer

Rosie Motene

Award-winning actor, TV and radio presenter, TV and film producer, voice-over artist, media trainer, global emcee and activist.
Brand ambassador: Dream Nails Vajazzle, Imbalie Beauty.

Rosie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Dramatic Arts (Honours) from the University of the Witwatersrand.


1994-1998 University of the Witwatersrand: Bachelor of Arts in dramatic art.

2003 POWA (People opposing women's abuse): Training and public awareness and volunteer programme.

2004-2010 M-Net: In-house television a director and producer training.

Rosie Motene is a registered trademark under the South African: Trademark Application for ROSIE MOTENE (word mark) + visual representation in class 14 as well as class 16 and 41, physical representation and her name.


POWA: Rosie completed the volunteer training and public awareness course through POWA (People Opposing Women Abuse) in 2003. Since then, Rosie has become actively involved in campaigning against women and child abuse in South Africa and in 2008 was appointed to the board. In 2010 Rosie became the Vice-Chairperson. Through her campaigns, Rosie has worked closely with Y-FM Open and Disclosure Campaign, Johannesburg Prison, Maudabee Prison in Springs and various schools and communities in and around South Africa. In 2004 Rosie was invited to the University of Cape Town to deliver a speech on abuse and ways of curbing it and she shared the podium with the Minster of Education, the Honourable, Ms. Naledi Pandor.

CHILDLINE GAUTENG: Rosie became a key operator with the activities of Childline, Gauteng. In 2004, Rosie was appointed Chairperson, and worked closely with a strong management team in spearheading the activities of the organisation. She resigned as Chairperson in 2012.
THE TOMORROW TRUST: An organisation which helps provide, under privileged children with the educational and business tools to create career paths for themselves. Rosie has joined this group and gives lifestyle and inspirational

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