cations, he too became physical, which finally forced the couple into counselling.
His past sins and desire to help survivors of abuse has now led him to the #NoMore campaign, a global initiative whose local leg is launching today.
Ndlovu is one of 14 South African entertainers who have put their faces to the initiative, calling for an end to physical abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault.
“We need people to understand what they do. We want everyone to participate in conversations around abuse, whether they are survivors or if they have also been the abuser,” he says, explaining he has turned to religion, too, to help stop his violent behaviour.
Ndlovu, a new director at anti-abuse organisation Matrix Men, who acts in local soapie, Scandal!, has spearheaded the local campaign, recruiting fellow actors and artists to take part in starting conversations around the abuse of women, men and children.
Alongside Ndlovu, Bathabile Mashigo, Hlomla Dandala, Jerry Mofokeng, Kgomotso Christopher, Mapaseka Koetle Nyokong, Mduduzi Luthuli, Sanele Zulu, Sivenathi Mabuya, Stephanie Sandows and Trudy Luthuli have joined the cause.
Matrix Men hopes the campaign will provide a forum for people to speak out about their own stories of abuse so each individual can start healing.
“Our main goal is to show that males and females can be victims, and to encourage the victims to come out and speak