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What’s the third most lucrative illegal commodity after drugs and weapons? Human beings. Human trafficking in South Africa is real and it’s happening right now.

The shackles of the slave trade may be long gone, but tens of thousands of people in South Africa are still being subjected to modern day slavery right under our noses – and most perpetrators are getting away with it.

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The United States government says Ghanaian women are being forced into prostitution and forced labour in foreign countries, particularly in the Middle East.

According to the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report 2013, Ghanaian women migrating to the Middle East to work are forced into prostitution upon their arrival.

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President Jacob Zuma has signed the Prevention and Combating of Trafficking in Persons Bill into law, giving South Africa, for the first time, a single statute that tackles human trafficking holistically and comprehensively.

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BANGKOK – June 27, 2013 [PDN]; At the headquarters of the AHTD, Police Maj. General Chawalitsangpuet, Commandant of the AHTD together with various other police colonels held a press conference regarding the arrest of 56 year-old Mr Michael or Mr.

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Government has noted media reports which allege that child prostitution is rife, and rapidly growing, in the eastern Free State region due to poverty.

The reports indicate that some parents send their daughters on to the streets to earn an income to help feed the family.

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Four in dock for sex trafficking

Wednesday, 26 June 2013 18:10

Cape Town - Four men accused of trafficking at least three women across South Africa to Cape Town and sexually exploiting them are being investigated by the police’s Organised Crime Unit.

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An Israeli organ trafficker on the run from Brazilian authorities was arrested by Interpol and Italian police at a Rome airport on Thursday, Italian media reported.
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Kidney sale scandal has gone global

Tuesday, 27 November 2012 06:11

The kidney donor scandal implicating four South African surgeons and two Netcare staff is now part of a study on organ trafficking.

Durban - The multimillion-rand kidney donor scandal implicating four South African surgeons and two Netcare clinic staff is now part of a global EU study on human organ trafficking.

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The IFP has raised questions over the reported increase in child prostitution in some parts of KwaZulu Natal, specifically in Hluhluwe and Durban. IFP MP on the Portfolio Committee for Women, Children and People with Disabilities, Ms Liezl van der Merwe, believes this should be seen - and dealt with - as a crisis.

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Beah, who was removed from the army after a couple of years and placed in a rehabilitation home with UNICEF help, says not enough is being done by governments to help the tens of thousands of child conscripts in militias and armies.

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