Women at eNCA took part in the AllBlackWithADoek which was a tribute to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela who passed away on Monday.
JOHANNESBURG – Women flooded social media on Friday with pictures of themselves wearing all black and doeks after a call by the ANC to honour Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
LISTEN: @moflavadj @MasechabaNdlovu Chat to development practitioner— METROFM SABC (@METROFMSA) April 5, 2018
and a youth and gender activist, Nombulelo Manyathela chat about the allblackwithadoek initiative for tomorrow. How it came about and more... TheDriveOnMetro pic.twitter.com/S91dYXknrq
AllBlackWithADoek I never underestimate the Power of a Doek. It raised us, nurtured us, sacrificed, birthed untouchables. Days like this we’re reminded We Are Gods! Why they tremble before us. When we lift our fists. Xa siti WinnieMadikizelaMandela We’re POWER! RespekTheDoek pic.twitter.com/uKMHFdAjoB— Nontobeko Sibisi (@Nontobek0Sibisi) April 6, 2018
The hashtag AllBlackWithADoek was trending.
“Winnie Madikizela Mandela did not die. She multiplied,” the ANC said in a statement.
— Xolie ---- (@licy_tatsi) April 6, 2018
OnToday South African women today are wearing all black with a doek, beret or head scarf in honour of Mama Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela Mandela who passed away on the 2nd of April AllBlackWithADoek Photo: ANC/Twitter pic.twitter.com/dFn1RWHhtN— This Is Africa (@ThisIsAfricaTIA) April 6, 2018