Protesters say prostitutes lower their homes’ values

2013-10-28 00:00

GLENWOOD residents believe the rise in prostitution in the suburb may contribute to decreasing property values.

The forum believes if it can rid the area of prostitution, crime will decrease. They believe the suburb will then remain a good place to live for families and protect business owners and property owners. It boasts several of Durban’s top primary and secondary schools, hospitals, the University of KwaZulu-Natal, sports clubs and a trendy café culture.

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