NEWS WRAP 21 AUGUST 2015
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No arrests will be made in the rape of two school girls by fellow learners at a Vosloorus Pimary school.
Six boys aged seven to ten allegedly sexually assaulted two Grade 2 learners in a classroom on Monday – while their teacher had stepped out.
CALLS FOR MORE STATE FUNDED REHAB CENTERS
The lack of state-run rehab centres in the country is contributing to the rise in drug addicts.This is a sentiment shared by the Matsimela family in white city Soweto.
Mandla’s uncle William opened up to kayanews and lamented how his nephew could not be admitted at one of SANCA’s rehab centres simply because they did not have money.
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS HIGH IN GAUTENG
Sexually transmitted infections are on the rise in Gauteng.
This is a shocking warning from Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu. The MEC is appealing to young people not to ignore signs and symptoms of the STIs.
UN CORNCERNED ABOUT SEXUAL ABUSES IN THE CAR
The United Nations says it is concerned by the high number of sexual abuse cases being brought against UN troops. Thirteen cases of alleged sexual abuse have been reported against the United Nations troops in the Central African Republic.