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PAC defends Mugabe from Malema Maziwisa said: “Not bothered at all by Julius Malema’s latest ranting. Ndlozi shot back that both the “the ZANU-PF and its youth wing …are cowards”‚ and added that they are “afraid …of President Mugabe”.
He is a little and irrelevant man who is trying desperately to gain political mileage in South Africa by insulting a great man in Zimbabwe. Malema tells Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe to go‚ and enjoys another anti-white rant He was particularly scathing of the youth wing‚ saying it is “defending and advancing an essentially anti-youth statuesque”.“This is because there is actually no youth in the ZANU-PF Youth; what you find are middle age men and women‚ half of which are suffering from a mid-life crises.
This appears to be the order of the day in almost all major cities and towns in the country.
Following the landmark Constitutional Court (Con Court) ruling in May last year, which outlawed the arrest of women loitering for purposes of prostitution, sex workers no longer have to work under the cover of darkness.
Numbers of sex workers on the streets have now swelled as they freely roam the streets from midmorning until late, hoping to mop up whatever cash potential clients are willing to part with for a few moments of pleasure.
There has been an influx of women, including girls as young as 13, on the streets, where they openly flaunt their services.
We even inspect factories that manufacture drugs to see if they meet certain requirements.” Conctacted for comment last night, MCAZ director-general Gugu Mahlangu said Top Vein was not a registered drug in Zimbabwe.
“Our work is now easier, as there is no need to fear arrests or paying bribes.
ZIMBABWE’S highways have become a magnet of sexual exploitation of young girls dropping out of school due to abject poverty, which calls for urgent action to protect thousands of teenage girls from commercial sex exploitation.
The 50-page report released by children’s rights campaigner, Zimbabwe National Council for the Welfare of Children (ZNCWC), blames worsening poverty precipitated by economic mismanagement and natural factors for pushing poverty-stricken girls out of schools to seek survival on the country’s major motorways as families broke down or breadwinners succumb to the HIV and Aids scourge and other diseases.
The country’s highways have literally been turned into corridors of horror, with sexually transmitted diseases, gender-based violence and outright exploitation of defenceless and vulnerable teenage girls spreading like a veld fire.
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Zimbabwe will need to seriously consider that the right to education for children is upheld…This situation suggests a severely broken down child welfare and protection system that requires innovative sustainable interventions that will provide social safety nets at household level to arrest family poverty and consequently curtail more young women from entering the sex trade,” said the report.