Men do have control over how they behave sexually, and the excuse that they can't control their urges is not valid, especially when it comes to high-risk situations that could lead to sexual assault or rape of a woman or a girl, a male advocacy training group learned in Nuku'alofa.
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Thursday 31 August 2017
Tuesday 22 August 2017
“Any form of violence against women and girls is wrong and must not be tolerated,” said Rev Dr Tu’ipulotu Katoanga, at the opening of the second stage of the Male Advocacy Training on Ending Violence Against Women and Girls yesterday in Nuku’alofa.
Monday 1 May 2017
Queen Salote College won $1000 pa’anga in the chanting competition held at the finals of the 2017 Inter-Collegiate Sports Competition last Friday, 28 April at Teufaiva Stadium. Tonga College won $700 pa’anga in second place and ‘Api Fo’ou College won $500 in third place.