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Our core values



Embracing diversity and acknowledging difference in order to work together as a team

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Changing and supporting others to change



Working towards organisational goals with focus and clear direction


Helping reclaim stability, peace, safety and direction in life by supporting others

As a feminist organisation, Rape Crisis is committed to working towards the achievement of women’s rights.

Direct Services


People received direct services from us in the last year, which is an increase of almost 3000 compared to last year.

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What you need to know about rape

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What to do if someone raped you

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How to report rape

Follow the steps on how to report a rape and the rights you have when reporting.

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Rape myths

Here are some common myths and truths about rape

Need help?  Contact our 24-hour Helpline: 021 447 9762


We encourage rape survivors to speak out about their experience

Our helpline operates twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Hereby offering immediate advice about what to do next, whether it is in the process of making an official report to the authorities, or the next step towards healing.

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Activism and Donations

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Image by Liam Edwards   Merriam Webster defines activism as, “A doctrine or practice that emphasizes direct vigorous action especially in support of or opposition to one side of a controversial issue.” As we begin the 16 Days…
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The Truth About The Victim Support Services Bill

The Department of Social Development is developing legislation - The Victim Support Services Bill - which is currently open for comment. When a bill is open for comment you can make your voice heard by making a submission (in this case,…
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Sexual Offences Courts Regulations

At RSJC we believe that we need the proper implementation of sexual offences courts to restore survivors’ confidence in the judicial system and increase their willingness to come forward. The more sexual offences that are reported, investigated…