On the 7th of March 2022, FSNT attended a radio program at Capitalk. The program was hosted by Glendah F Takachicha one of Capitalk’s radio presenters and the topic in question was how to deal with the aftermath of gender based violence. Despite efforts being put forward to address and end gender based violence, cases of Gbv are on the rise in Zimbabwe. This has resulted in the increase of suicides with survivors failing to access professional help to help them deal with the aftermath of Gbv. Therefore it is essential that discussions around dealing with the aftermath of Gbv are continually conducted.

On the 7th of March FSNT was live at Heart and Soul Zim deliberating on Sexual Harassment in Tertiary Institutions. Where are we going?

On the 3rd of March FSNT was live on CapiTalkFM unraveling feminism vs male engagement towards ending GBV. #BreakTheBias #WomensMonth2022 #EndGBV #365DaysOfActivism.

On the 4th of March, FSNT live at Heart and Soul ZIM talking about why blame the survivor on instances of power over abuse of office by lecturers and Gender Based Violence.  Gender-based violence is the most pervasive yet least visible human rights violation and it is a global pandemic