JOURNALISM | SA HUMOURS US FOR AID MONEY BY PAYING LIP SERVICE TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Skye Forrester


human-traffickingSouth Africa has an incredibly poor reputation for managing human trafficking and in the past lacked strong legislation to stop it. A new law implemented in 2015 promises to see more cross-border trafficking cases prosecuted, but it has been criticised for lacking a complete framework for tackling home-grown exploitation. So why was this incomplete law pushed through? 

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