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“We will no longer be silenced—human rights are for everyone,” said Mickey Meji, the local African Sex Workers’ Alliance coordinator.“Today I feel proud that sex workers for the first time in South Africa took to the streets and their voices will be heard, not just by the police but also the public who dehumanise us,” said one of the sex workers in Johannesburg.
Labo abadayisa ngomzimba kumele bakwazi ukuhlolela igciwane lesandulela ngculazi ngokukhululeka, baphinde bathole imishanguzo uma bethelelekile.
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Lona ngumyalezo ophuma kuhulumeni njengoba namhlanje wethule ngokusemthethweni umkhankaso obhekiswe kulemboni.
It is just 7pm, businesses have closed, and what remains of nightlife in Zimbabwe's second city begins to stir, including prostitution - illegal, risky because of the high rates of HIV/Aids, but still a draw for young women facing high unemployment.
Susan, in her early 20s, is selling sex on the street and in nearby bars.
Declining to give her full name, she says she doesn't use a condom, despite the risk of infection, because she earns more from unprotected sex."Every girl I know here is doing it, no need to lie about it," she said.
Sex workers in Limpopo also called on the police and society to respect sex workers’ means of survival, and recognise sex work as a form of employment.“Today, for the first time in South Africa, we are voicing our cry to the police men who torture us and who abuse us,” said one protester.“Sex workers are always subjected to human rights violation and have expressed that they are tired of being punching bags of police, clients and more often the hotel managers,” said a member of Sisonke.“It is really hard for us out there as everyday we are confronted with insults, people calling us [bitch].Men who have sex with men are also excluded from services in Zimbabwe, Bartos said, because of cultural taboos and the criminalisation of homosexuality.Yet the attitude of many young people in the city to sex and Aids remains one of complacency."There's no one who doesn't know there is Aids," said Thomas Ndlovu, who pays for sex but declined to say whether he uses condoms.