Pretoria — The long awaited report of the South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC) on adult prostitution was released on Friday.
The SALRC undertook the report with the aim of reviewing the fragmented legislative framework that currently regulates adult prostitution in the country. The report, which also explores the need for law reform in relation to adult prostitution, was approved by Cabinet in April.
The report, which took two years to complete, found that prostitution in South Africa is…
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