March against sex-for-work at Durban’s China Mall

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Anti-gender based violence activists marched to the China Mall in Durban after there had been allegations of sexual abuse in one of the stores.
Anti-gender based violence activists marched to the China Mall in Durban after there had been allegations of sexual abuse in one of the stores.
Thabiso Goba

Durban police are investigating three cases of sexual assault involving managers at the China Mall.

This was revealed on Monday by Colonel QV Ngubane, acting station commander of the Point Police Station after anti-gender-based violence protestors marched to the station to leave a memorandum of demands.

“I can’t say too much about the case, the victims have been to court and spoke to the prosecutor. There is progress,” said Ngubane addressing the crowd.

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