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Kammila Naidoo

Sexual Violence and “Corrective Rape” in South Africa

by Kammila Naidoo

Remembering Khwezi’s Story In 2005, a lesbian woman, Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo (best known by her pseudonym, Khwezi), accused Jacob Zuma, the man who was later to become South Africa’s third post-apartheid president, of rape. Rather than destroying Zuma’s chances of ever becoming president, the 2006 rape trial that later ensued created a platform for Zuma to popularize essentialized versions of Zulu customs and...

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