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Eleven of the 17 women who were rescued by Police Minister Fikile Mbalula from suspected brothels in East London have gone back to the streets. Mbalula led a high-level police delegation that included national police commissioner General Khehla Sitole and Eastern Cape police commissioner Lieutenant-General Liziwe Ntshinga on raids to suspected brothels and drug dens in Quigney in East London two weeks ago. But provincial social development spokesman Mzukisi Solani told the Daily Dispatch that some were no longer in their care.
This is unless their families intervene. Solani said those who had chosen to remain at their places of safety were getting psychological help. They will be taught life skills.
Some will be taught how to deal with substance abuse if they are struggling with it. We cannot come here and then nothing happens. Mbalula, who was in East London yesterday, said he was not aware the houses had not been closed down. For me they should not be. Sign in Register. By Staff Reporters - 26 January A further four are receiving counselling while two were reunited with their families. After being rescued, the women and underage girls were taken to places of safety.
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