Human trafficking on the rise during lockdown

SAfm — Foundation for Human Rights says its extremely concerned about a rising number of human trafficking cases. The Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) says it has received alerts of potential human trafficking incidents during the COVID-19 lock down. South Africa’s anti-human trafficking hotline has already revealed that they have received a total of 588 calls at the end of March 2020, compared to the 245 calls during the same period last year. For more details on this story, We spoke to Vulnerable Groups Manager @ the Foundation for Human Rights Sarah Motha

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