Lerato Kganyago speaks on the pressing issue of human trafficking

Lerato Kganyago speaks on the pressing issue of human trafficking

- Lerato Kganyago took to social media to discuss the alarming frequency of human trafficking in Mzansi

- Lerato explained that SA is apparently a ‘Tier 2 Watch list’ country in terms of human trafficking

- Lerato gave some advice to women and children and urged the SA government to step up

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Lerato Kganyago felt the need to share some human trafficking facts on her social media count to create awareness. Human trafficking is a global issue that has many feeling extremely anxious.

Different hashtags have been circulating social media to create awareness on human trafficking, especially with respect to children. We live in scary times where the worst unfortunately always needs to be considered.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Lerato has taken a strong stand against human trafficking and is doing her bit to try to raise awareness as well as getting government to take extreme and urgent measures to ensure the safety of our people.

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Lerato explained that SA is apparently on a ‘Tier 2 Watch list’ in terms of human trafficking, meaning that over one million children alone are human trafficked every year!

"South Africa is considered to be on the “Tier 2 Watchlist” for human trafficking. At least A MILLION kids are trafficked each year. Our government is not doing enough...Believe it or not South Africa has officially become a source country for Human Trafficking and it’s getting worse!"

Lerato went on to express her anger and sadness in the frequency of missing children and women in Mzansi.

"Every hour a child or woman goes missing! Some are lucky to escape, most never make it! HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS REAL! Thousands of women went missing during the lockdown, MOST have not been found yet."
Lerato Kganyago speaks on the pressing issue of human trafficking

Lerato Kganyago felt the need to share some human trafficking facts on her social media count to create awareness. Image: Lerato Kganyago / Instagram
Source: Twitter

Giving some valuable advice, Lerato urged women to always let someone know where they are at all times and to share their live location when catching lifts.

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"Take care of yourselves, let someone know of your whereabouts. When you request Uber/Taxify, take a screenshot of the driver's details, the plates included. If seated at the back, ensure the doors don’t have child lock. Otherwise sit in the front where you are more visible."

She also urged women to drink responsibly and to watch their drinks in public places.

"Ladies on a night out!!! ALWAYS leave in a group. Have fun but drink RESPONSIBLY. DO NOT TAKE DRINKS from strangers! FYI, SOME bar tenders are paid to spike your drinks. If you can, rather buy a sealed drink and open it up yourselves... Buy a bottle of water and THOROUGHLY RINSE the glasses yourselves.... especially in a nightclub!"

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Lerato Kganyago decided to treat herself just a little. Sis spared no expense when splashing out on a brand-new whip. If there is one lady in Mzansi who is showing the world that she’s balling, it’s Lerato.

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This stunner is securing the bag like it ain’t nobody’s business. Lerato slays at everything she does and her love for the finer things confirms that her effort is being rewarded.

Lerato just bought herself a brand-new Porsche Turbo 911, which costs approximately R3 million. This beast is a total jaw-dropper and best believe Lerato looks good in it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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