Regulating Sex Work in South Africa
Bhekisisa's Laura Lopez Gonzalez examines the efforts of activists and government bodies to review how the country treats sex workers.
Demanding rights for sex workers.
South Africa: 'Most Sex Workers Are Mothers'
GroundUp, 2 October 2017
Most sex workers in SA are mothers using the money from their work to provide for their families, yet the law makes them into criminals, Ishtar Lakhani of Sonke Gender Justice told… Read more »
Swaziland: Poverty Forces Girls Into Sex Work
Swazi Media, 20 September 2017
Poverty is forcing girls in Swaziland to drop out of school and become sex workers, according to a media report. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Stop Exaggerating Issues, Media Urged
263Chat, 27 September 2017
Social Welfare ministry has called on the media to be factual and stop disseminating incorrect information amid calls by stakeholders to stop labeling victims of commercial sexual… Read more »
Bhekisisa, 19 September 2017
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