The Mr. Central South Africa Pageant is not just a mere beauty and glamour competition.This male pageant is the first of its kind, aimed at creating awareness of and eradicating the ongoing violence and abuse against women and children in our nation.
The partnership launched with the presentation of the very first ever “Break the Fear Self-Defense Workshop” hosted by Mr Central South Africa at the Medical Faculty of the University of the Free State.
Gender based violence and general violent crime is a major problem in South Africa and this initiative aims to actively do something about the problem by empowering people with knowledge and practical skills to avoid and deal with a variety of violent situations. Leon Myburgh, Regional Director of C.O.B.R.A. Self-Defense in South Africa said that learning how to protect yourself is not only about learning physical techniques but it is actually more about understanding how victims are selected, how to identify the pre-attack indicators and how to respond correctly to the threat. C.O.B.R.A. self-defense do not believe in teaching complicated skills but rather highly effective skills designed to be remembered under duress and that re highly effective to stop attackers irrespective of the victim’s size or physical abilities.
For more information on our Corporate Self-Defense Training Courses, Seminars and Workshops contact:
Regional Corporate Training Center
Cell 082 299 9117