Support Students for Life, a student pro-life organisation at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
We are concerned with protecting the right to life of all human beings, especially the unborn.
We work towards developing a campus that is more accepting and supportive of pregnant students to ensure they have real alternatives to abortion.
We run campaigns to raise the awareness of students and staff on campus with regards to abortion in South Africa as well as in the rest of the world.

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  1. Linda Lorette Niyonizigiye says:

    Good Morning, my name is Linda Lorette Niyonizigiye and 1st of all I want to say that I am so proud of young people that it willing to stand for this very important cause!!!! I want to let you know that I am a private midwife in Somerset-West and that I am willing to help you in taking care of young mothers and their unborn babies. I am doing pregnancy care, counseling and I am also doing deliveries. Students (or who-ever) who does not want to go to a government clinic/hospital for their pregnancy care or delivery are welcome to contact me as well as those who have a medical aid. I am doing deliveries at my house (fully equipped with emergency equipment and 2km away from the nearest hospital in case of an emergency). Doctors and gynecologists refer low risk pregnancies to me for delivery.

    If their is a need for it, I can come through to your campus (say once a month or every fortnight) to hold a “clinic” there. During that time I will do the full pregnancy care, blood tests, child birth education and counseling necessary. Or if students want a more private consultation they are welcome to come through to Somerset-West for their consultations. I also do PAP-smears.

    Please let me know what you think.

    Kind Regards,
    Linda L Niyonizigiye (néé van der Westhuizen)
    M.Cur (Advanced Midwifery and Neonatology); M.A. Religion

  2. Nomsa says:

    I am truly blessed to see young people against such a horrible thing
    The South African government is afraid to speak up. We need to brimg change

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