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Underage pregnancy – a continuing reality in SA

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The rise in teen and underage pregnancy has forced the department’s hand. Photo: File
The rise in teen and underage pregnancy has forced the department’s hand. Photo: File

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When Nokukhanya Kunene* unexpectedly fell pregnant at the age of 14 in 2018, she not only felt alone and confused, but was made to feel like it was only her mistake.

She was raped by her 23-year-old boyfriend.

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