African participation in the global trafficking in human
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- Trade in African Child Slaves, Prostitutes
On the Rise
- Child Labour News Service, 5 June 2001. Businesswomen
from Malawi, Zambia and Tanzania are the master brains in
the organised sex and slave trade of girls between 12 and
13 years. Young girls from poor families are commonly
tricked into prostitution and slavery with empty promises
of good jobs in Britain and South Africa.