SA strip clubs accused of trafficking
Cape Town - South African strip clubs have been accused of human trafficking and forcing women into prostitution.
Activists protesting in Cape Town on Wednesday said many of these clubs were not what they claimed to be, and were involved in shady dealings, reported Eyewitness News.
Anti-human trafficking organisations called for legislation to be finalised to help curb human trafficking.
The protesters said women were lured to the country on false pretences and forced into prostitution.
The Express News Service last week reported that three people were arrested in India for alleged human trafficking.
The suspects had fake passports, with fake visa stickers from South Africa. The arrests came after SA authorities reported finding a faked South African visa.