File: About 250 men and boys across South Africa are expected to take part. eNCA/Zaid Harris
JOHANNESBURG - Parliament has set aside two days for a National Men's Parliament event starting on Thursday.
About 250 men and boys across South Africa are expected to take part.
The event is meant to encourage men to be agents of social change to prevent gender-based violence, femicide, and the spread of HIV.
The first day of the event coincides with International Men's Day.