Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.


What is Human Trafficking?

Human Trafficking is the illegal trade of people for the purposes of forced labour and sexual exploitation. As the world’s fastest growing criminal industry, it affects every nation across the globe, and is also defined as modern-day slavery.

South Africa is a SOURCE, TRANSIT and DESTINATION country for victims of trafficking.
Our country has become a prime destination for international trafficking syndicates to operate.

Currently stats show that only 1% of all victims are rescued.

There are a few main approaches traffickers use to lure victims: Fake job offers, mainly for jobs abroad. When the person arrives, she/he finds that the conditions are different from the ones advertised in the job offer – Often the victim’s ID is taken away, and she/he is forced into labor or sexual exploitation. Lover boy – the trafficker courts the victim and pretends to be falling in love with her. Once he earns the victim’s trust, he sells her to be sexually exploited. The Internet, especially social networking sites, is the most used tool by traffickers for research and selection of potential victims.

0800 222 777 is the South African National Human Trafficking Resource Line, operated by A21 South Africa in partnership with other service providers.

The National Line takes calls 24/7.

Call Specialists are specially trained professionals, who follow international procedures ensuring the fastest response to each case.

The Resource Line works in close partnership with many stakeholders to ensure rapid response and effectiveness.

Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.