Zalebs Call For #EndHumanTraffickingInSA

They are asking for the government to step in

By  | Oct 21, 2020, 02:38 PM  | Top of the

There have been human trafficking incidents across South Africa over the last few weeks and now the public, as well as our Zalebs are saying enough is enough. They have taken to Instagram to call for the president and authorities to step in as the situation has gotten out of hand. Rustenburg in the North West province is one of the areas that have been deeply affected by this. A highschool pupil in the province was abducted but was brave enough to jump out of the car while it was in motion. Luckily she escaped and has been receiving counselling. Parents across South Africa have been advised to keep an eye on their children as there is currently a human trafficking syndicate here in the country.

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A-list Zalebs including Boity, Thando Thabethe, Lasizwe and many others are calling on the president to step in. Radio personality Thando Thabethe asked why is the government ignoring cries from its citizens.

"Why is our government ignoring this modern day form of slavery!!! It is real it is happening make it stop!!!! #EndHumanTraffickingInSA"

Lawer and Twitter influencer Tumi Sole said that there are way more incidents than what has been reported.

#EndHumanTraffickingInSA
2 incidents just yesterday a few hours apart & in 2 provinces
These are the ones that have made the timeline, there are many more we may not have heard of. Law enforcement should step up NOW!


Youtuber and influencer Lasizwe even tagged the President n his post.

#EndHumanTraffickingInSA  @GovernmentZA @CyrilRamaphosa
 THERE IS A HUMAN TRAFFICKING SYNDICATE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Blue Mbobo says that the President's fancy English isn't enough, the people want to see action. She's also called for a stop to the Gender-Based Violence

Dear mr president @CyrilRamaphosa @PresidencyZA , your speeches and fancy English aren’t enough! We need action! Enough is enough!!
#EndHumanTraffickingInSA #EndHumanTraffickingInSA #StopGBV #StopHumanTrafficking

Rapper and television personality Boity has also called for an end to the human trafficking pandemic that we're currently faced with.

The End SARS movement in Nigeria has attracted attention from people of influence across the globe. We have also been seeing more and more South African celebrities standing in solidarity with Nigeria during these trying times.

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Main Picture Credit: Thando Thabethe Instagram Account
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