In a world where stereotypes like “men don’t cry” and “man up” perpetuate harmful norms, South Africa grapples with one of the world’s highest rates of Gender-Based Violence (GBV), a crisis that demands immediate action.
#RespectHER is more than just a movement – it’s a revolution. It’s a powerful call to action to rewrite the narrative. GBV casts a dark shadow, but we are determined to be the guiding light that empowers men to discover their true identity, live with purpose, and extend respect to all women. Guided by the wisdom of “prevention is better than cure,” we are unwavering in our commitment to challenge societal norms and address the root causes of violence through open dialogue, education, support, and healing.
As a mother of four boys, including superfetation twins, my personal experiences have shown me the challenges that boys and young men face in today’s society. This fuels my passion. Alongside my husband, we are pioneering this cause to inspire families and communities to unite and become part of the solution. Through “real talk” about authentic manhood, we can mentor boys to become “real men” who respect women. Together, we can cultivate a society where men and women coexist in harmony, mutually supporting and uplifting each other.
Join us in the #RespectHER Revolution. Together, we can make a meaningful difference, illuminating the path to a brighter, safer, and more fulfilling future for all. Your voice, your support, and your actions matter in the fight against GBV.
Vote for Chantell as your next Queen of Mrs Universe South Africa, by making an EFT payment to: Commonwealth Pageants, Nedbank Branch: 198765, Cheque Acc: 106 313 2517
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Whether as a keynote conference speaker, panel discussion guest, online interviewee, or webinar presenter, Chantell Davis brings engaging and valuable content to your audience. Her ultimate goal is to facilitate a paradigm shift within individuals, empowering them to turn their dreams into reality and forge the future they desire.
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👑 Join me in supporting Chantell for the next Queen of Mrs. Universe South Africa! 🌟 She’s all about authenticity, community, and positive impact. With her, we’re championing restoration, purpose, and the power of our voices to eradicate GBV. Let’s vote for a queen who’s not just wearing a crown, but igniting lasting change! 🔥
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Chantell chose PATCH Helderberg as her designated charity, an organization dedicated to offering support to child survivors of sexual abuse. In a proactive effort to increase awareness, Chantell initiated a project to help the organization produce concise, informative videos tailored for social media platforms, aiming to expand their online reach and introduce them to a broader audience. Additionally, Chantell joined forces with Pink Trees for Pauline to promote awareness, foster community unity, and raise funds for individuals affected by cancer. Their approach is distinctive, as they endeavor to turn entire towns pink in a creatively inspired manner. Furthermore, Chantell collaborated with Yaro, a community-based daycare and feeding scheme, generously donating clothing, footwear, and non-perishable goods to support their initiatives.
Chantell organized the “Beyond Business Charity Breakfast” with world-renowned economist, Dawie Roodt, on October 18. This event was in aid of her designated charity, PATCH Helderberg. The event generated a total profit of R7575.00. In addition to serving as the Keynote Speaker at both the Christian Business Women Conference and the Image.Thrift.Crown Modeling Event in Cape Town, Chantell was selected as the sole representative from Africa among 40 women worldwide for the Preacher Girl Online Conference, hosted in the United States of America. At Brackenfell High School’s annual “Pajamas & Tiaras” event on 9 August, Chantell had the honour of imparting life skills and motivation to hundreds of girls and their mothers.
Newspaper Articles in Helderberg Gazette and Bolander. Chantell was also featured on the cover of the Spring Issue of Arise Magazine. Furthermore, Chantell could also be heard during numerous Radio Interviews on LinkFM, Radio Helderberg and Radio Eersteriver.