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After millennia, formal slavery in most jurisdictions worldwide eventually came to an end by the middle of the nineteenth century. Yet, all kinds of trapped forms of labour took its place, among others sexual slavery—one of the most serious organised crimes of our time and historically one of the oldest human practices of gender inequality and exploitation. This chapter starts with broad, introductory remarks on the possible causes of sexual slavery and exploitation as well as what we as a society can do to collectively address this pressing issue. It then looks in more detail at the extent of this problem in South Africa. The chapter then moves on to consider antihuman trafficking legislation in South Africa and what it entails; a distinction is made between sexual slavery and sex work; and the reasons, effects and value of decriminalising sex work are referred to. A short account is given of the mythologised life of Sara Baartman, one of the most famous, but also least known, South African woman of her day and what we can learn from her about gender inequality, sexual slavery and exploitation.
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South African Perspective on Sexual Slavery, Sex Work and Exploitation

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South Africa: Sex & Color - TIME

Gender-based violence GBV is an injustice that affects women and girls worldwide, with South Africa recording some of the highest rates of sexual violence, globally. Violence against sex workers — female, transgender and male — is particularly pronounced, and research shows that a third to half of all sex workers experienced violence in their workplaces in the last year. South Africa criminalises all aspects of sex work, meaning that both the selling and buying of sex are illegal. The decriminalisation of sex work — the removal of the criminal law and the implementation of a rights-based approach to aspects of sex work — will not only make sex work and sex workers safer, but will also reduce levels of GBV and have a far-reaching impact on public health. With key partners such as the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce SWEAT and the Sisonke Sex Worker Movement, Sonke is advocating for the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa by raising public awareness of the human rights violations suffered by sex workers under the outdated criminal legal framework. Media engagement and advocacy is utilised as a key advocacy tool.
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Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus

Despite public health interventions targeting sex workers in an attempt to increase condom use, HIV still remains a significant health issue for those involved in the sex industry in many countries. In this paper, we analyse data collected as part of an ethnographic study of sex work in Soweto, South Africa. We show that the main problems with consistent condom use are clients who threaten violence if sex workers insist on condoms, clients who are 'rough' and refuse to stop intercourse when the condom breaks, and clients who offer to pay more money for unprotected sex. These issues relate to unequal gender norms that disempower female sex workers and dismiss the importance of consent in sexual relationships.
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The chances are you will not notice the group of women sitting on the upturned beer crates behind a truck pit stop on the N1 outside Colesberg. For almost a year now, Niki has been assiduously operating at this site. In what she describes as a nomadic trade with a short shelf life, she finds this particular pit stop to be accommodating to her needs.
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