Saturday, 14 May 2016


Twenty-one more victims of human trafficking have returned home from Kuwait amid reports that some are still stranded in some small Gulf states as the government continues to seek ways of flying the country’s citizens home.
Efforts by the government and various stakeholders is bearing fruit as more victims of human trafficking arrived in the capital on Friday.

Speaking to journalists in Harare, Chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs Cde Kindness Paradza said the arrival of the 21 victims shows the government’s commitment to ensuring human trafficking victims are brought back home.

A number of Zimbabweans have been duped by unscrupulous employment agencies to travel to various parts of the world all in a bid to search for greener pastures.

Most of them have ended up being subjected to working as slaves with some being sexually abused.


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