Girl, 11, revealed how a boatman told her she could ‘pay with her body’ Some 350 to 400 children cross daily, escaping abuse, poverty or drought An estimated 42,000 children are suffering severe malnutrition in Zimbabwe But those who make it to SA face growing prejudice, dubbed ‘cockroaches’ By David Williams For Mailonline Published: 11:09
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HOME Affairs Minister Dr Ignatius Chombo warns political parties not to use trafficking victims for political mileage.At least 89 Zimbabwean women had been been lured to Kuwait to work as house maids in the past few months but ended up being abused as sex workers. 70 have since returned home and the remaining ones are
May 19, 2016 Tendai Rupapa Senior Court Reporter POLICE in Harare have arrested a Kuwait embassy official and three suspects as investigations into the human trafficking saga deepen. Brenda Avril May (62), a secretary at the embassy, was re-arrested after fresh charges emerged. May has pending similar charges before the courts. She recruited Joyleen Muchengu on
By ZimSitRep_M | May 19, 2016 Government has written to the government of Kuwait seeking an immediate ban on the issuance of Article 20 visas to Zimbabweans to prevent more people from being trafficked to the Middle East country. Source: Zimbabwe: Govt Seeks Ban On Kuwait Visas – allAfrica.com By Felex Share Government has written
Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Secretary for Foreign Affairs Mr Joey Bimha yesterday said they had received reports of less than 10 Zimbabweans arrested in China over drug trafficking with about three women on death row in Beijing. Mr Bimha’s assertions put paid to claims by Goromonzi National Assembly member, Cde Beata Nyamupinga, who told the
Most African women are knowingly or unknowingly used to traffic drugs from South Africa and Zimbabwe to Asian countries including China. Most of these women in Asian jails have been abused to transport drugs. If you are travelling outside the country make sure you pack your bags alone and don’t carry what you don’t know.