ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING MARCH
By: Dale Munatswa
Community members and the eThekwini Municipality came together to wedge a fight against human trafficking, a social ill that is affecting women and children around the world.
The 5km march was characterised with poeple of different age groups and race. However the majority of the people were young women.
Councillor and speaker of the eThekwini municipality Logie Naidoo described the march as an important step towards eradicating human trafficking and establishing a safe environment for women and children. He urged young people to actively participate in such initiatives and become productive members of the society.
“We feel that our message should impact on young people, so that they can exact their true potentials, study, qualify and take the rightful place in society, because they are the future of this country,” said Naidoo.