Zimbabwe's Grannies Turn to Sex Work
The country's plummeting economic fortunes have forced many women and girls to resort to sex work for survival. "Lucy Mutasa, 52, is competing with her 28-year-old daughter, Maidei, and at times with girls as young as 13 to get customers," The Standard's Xolisani Ncube writes.
A woman was burnt for refusing to take 30c as payment for ‘short time sex’.
Zimbabwe: Child Poverty and the Risks of HIV
The Herald, 21 June 2017
Our Children, Our Future It goes without saying that children are at higher risk of poverty and deprivation. Girls and boys experience all forms of poverty more acutely than adults… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 5 June 2017
Girls as young as 12 in the country's HIV hot spots are selling sex for empty beer bottles, a research done by a local children's rights lobby organization has revealed. Read more »