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Human trafficking is the trade of humans, most commonly for the purpose of forced labor, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others.This guide will focus also focus on Human Trafficking in South Africa


The purpose of this guide is to enlighten students of what Human Trafficking is all about. The focus of Human Trafficking will be on South Africa to make students aware what is happening around them and where to seek for help. It will also provide students with useful tools to ensure that they are aware of the signs for human traffickers.

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Welcome to the Human Trafficking LibGuide

This guide provides access to relevant sources for students to inform them about what Human Trafficking entails.


Explore the different resources and contact your Personal Librarian should you require any assistance.

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