Johannesburg - Some women employees claim they have been forced to sleep with a senior manager in a sex-for-jobs scandal that has rocked Soweto’s Bheki Mlangeni District Hospital.
A probe into the scandal has also revealed that most of the alleged victims had paid corrupt officials varying amounts to get employment at the medical facility.
In 2013 it was reported, in response to a question in Parliament, that 95 people had legally changed their gender under the law.
It was also reported that problems have been encountered by applicants because officials are not consistent in their interpretation of the medical requirements.
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would like to see much harsher sentences regarding the sexual violation of animals who, like children, are completely helpless to stop such violent attacks on them," Pieterse said in a statement.Hopefully, while the issue of decriminalising sex work in Africa to reduce cases of diseases, violence, and insecurity against the providers remains a topic of pertinent discourse, more healthcare centres such as the Cym Van Dyke clinic will be opened to cater to sex workers.In addition to its current services, the Cym Van Dyke clinic also plans to engage the use of mobile clinics to reach those who are domiciled in the rural areas of South Africa.Thus, initiatives such as the Cym Van Dyke clinic which cater to this class of marginalised individuals are welcome with open arms and gratitude.The predisposition towards selling sex on the continent means those who partake in it are sidelined when it comes to receiving healthcare, even in cases – such as having contracted HIV/AIDS or STIs, or suffered sexual violence – where their lives, and the lives of those who patronise them, depend on it.