- Created: Tuesday, 25 August 2015 08:43
LADYBRAND-The Minister in the Presidency Responsible for Women, of the Republic of South Africa, SusanShabangu says South Africa laws do protect domestic workers living in South Africa regardless of their Nationality. This she said this at the celebration ofWomen’s Month held in Lady Brand South Africa.She was speaking specifically with regard towomen’s exploitation and human trafficking, on Friday.
Shabangu emphasized that Lesotho and South Africa have a unique relationship which had existed for a long time and that challenges faced by women from both of the countries are common. “South Africa commits itself that it will protect Basotho women from being trafficked,” Shabangu said further appealing to South African women to stand by Basotho women to ensure they enjoy the same democracy with them.