'Pelokgale -Enough is Enough: Stop Gender Based Violence' - became a platform for discussion and debate among viewers. Almost 80% of the viewers indicated that they discussed the programme after viewing and focus group discussions among students revealed that the morning after an episode of Pelokgale, there would be lively discussions on college campuses about what happened and what the episode was about. Discussions were mostly with friends, colleagues and family.
Pelokgale also made people aware of the care and support services provided by the Kagisano Society Women's Shelter. There is evidence that phone-ins to the drop in Centre increased and peaked during the running of the drama series.
Kagisano Society Women's Shelter (KSWS) responds by offering psychosocial support and temporary shelter if women are in imminent danger. EU support enabled KSWS to reach out with powerful messages on GBV and inform on how to act on it. This includes trying to advocate for zero tolerance of violence and encourage victims to report perpetrators as well as encourage the community to provide the protection they deserve.