Six years direct imprisonment for drug trafficker

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‎Arie van Zelderen‎ to Anti Drug Campaign Yesterday at 8:05am · Facebook Groups for Android ·  Six years direct imprisonment for drug traffickerPARKTOWN – A man will serve six years in prison for drug trafficking. 10 mins ago A man has been sentenced to six years imprisonment for drug trafficking. Even foreign nationals aren’t exempt from the long arm of

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Child marriages rife in Mash Central: Report

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 | The Herald  August 17, 2016Lloyd Gumbo Senior ReporterSome Government officials including Members of Parliament are sexualpredators targeting minors but continue to walk scot-free, a parliamentarycommittee has revealed.The revelations are contained in a report compiled by the ParliamentaryPortfolio Committee on Women Affairs, Gender and Community Developmentfollowing public hearings with various stakeholders on the prevalence ofchild marriages

Pan African Parliament moves to end harmful practise

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Female Genital Mutilation Dang called on men to join the fight, stressing that they have double responsibility to defend girls against this human rights violation. Published: 30.07.2016 , Refreshed: 01.08.2016 Pulse News Agency Local By NAN l play U.S. girls, women at risk of genital mutilation has tripled – study  (Reuters) The Pan African Parliament (PAP), the legislative

Many cases of human trafficking go unpunished – expert

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Nomahlubi Jordaan | 27 July, 2016 17:08 Slavery. File photo.Image by: Thinkstock As the world commemorates World Day against trafficking in humans on Saturday‚ 30 July‚ many victims of human trafficking remain unidentified and the crimes committed against them unreported or misidentified‚ a South African expert says. “In particular‚ cases of forced labour remain largely unaddressed

Human-trafficking syndicate operating in South Africa

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Hawks sting raises human trafficking fears CRIME & COURTS / 31 Jul '16, 4:28pm Noni Mokati Johannesburg – Fears are mounting that there could be a human-trafficking syndicate operating in the country. The Hawks have confirmed that a sting operation in Marble Hall, Limpopo, on Wednesday secured the rescue of 59 Malawian nationals, including two minors. File