President Cyril Ramaphosa signed several new bills into law this week, but it is the amendments made to the Films and Publications Bill that has got a few tongues wagging. As well as clamping down on hate speech and the sharing of child pornography, laws prohibiting the distribution of revenge porn have been ratified. Although the idea seems great in principle, some commentators are worried that other aspects of the bill could lead to a rise in internet censorship. For those unfamiliar with the term, it refers to those who maliciously share naked, nude or sexually explicit photos of someone else without their permission. It can be distributed via social media, text messages, emails or even uploaded onto pornographic websites.
Wearing nothing but a pair of red stilettos, the mother of two first posed naked in It was part of coming to terms with being sexually abused as a child. Masemola, now 39, is gearing up to go starkers again in October as a gift to herself to celebrate 17 years of marriage. She is among a growing number of South African women who are shedding their inhibitions and their clothes to pose nude in tasteful, professional photographic shoots that can cost up to R20, Photographers have seen an increase in the demand for nude shoots as the global movement for body positivity gains momentum. Going nude made Masemola feel liberated. It was some sort of liberation for me. I was sexually abused as a child. For the longest time, I had low self-esteem because I viewed myself as damaged and tainted. The women of today are in a different space.
The man had accepted an invite on Facebook and after a brief chat, he exchanged his WhatsApp number with the woman. Balram said that during a conversation he informed her of his residential area, family business and personal details. The woman began demanding money and threatened to expose the nude pictures on social media. The victim paid the woman R5
Johannesburg - A horrified Joburg mother says the now suspended life orientation teacher from Queens High School solicited naked pictures from her daughter, and other ex-pupils at the school at least three years ago. On Friday, the Gauteng Department of Education placed the teacher on suspension pending an investigation into alleged sexual assault and sexual harassment incidences. She completed her matric at the school in She said she was horrified when her daughter blew the lid in and confronted the school at the time, but nothing was done. She showed me photos of other girls topless, some of them were in their panties. Joubert said her daughter Leana, who is now 20, was still living with the scars of her high school trauma. She recalled how her daughter told her that the teacher used to touch her thighs and gave her a nickname, which was later adopted by her peers. He placed the teacher under suspension and has sanctioned an investigation into the allegations against the teacher and other teachers at the school. Joubert said when she reported the incident at the school, the teacher apologised, but the matter was swept under the rug and she was made to sign a gag order that she would never speak about the matter again. She said an official from the Department of Education was present at the meeting when she was made to sign the gag order, along with a representative of the school governing body, the principal and the affected teacher.