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Cape Town – A 24-year-old Bloemfontein woman has been rescued from a suspected sex-trafficking enterprise in Malaysia, and is expected to return home to South Africa by Monday.
Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula said on Friday evening that the woman had been lured to Malaysia under the false impression that she would take part in a model competition."We are working to safely get our girl home by Monday latest, in the meantime she is safe and has been seen by our embassy representatives in Kuala Lumpur," said Mbalula."The issue of human trafficking is extremely serious and I want our young women in particular to know that they are the most vulnerable group to sex traffickers who later harvest human organs from them for trade in illicit organ transplant markets."Mbalula said he was alerted to the woman’s plight on Wednesday evening.
It’s true that both men and women live in poverty, face discrimination and must overcome obstacles.
But throughout history—in every country in the world—women and girls face additional obstacles and discrimination solely because of their gender.
Additionally, the devaluation of women leads to girls and women being sold into human bondage and sexual slavery.
Women also experience discrimination in food allocation and lack of access to health care, which results in lower survival rates.
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She raised enough money to buy a plane ticket from the Philippines to Malaysia, where the alleged job was located.Fortunately, she escaped and after spending months on the streets and in jail in Malaysia, returned home to her family.