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Durban - Pietermaritzburg residents have welcomed the crackdown by police on prostitutes in the CBD who they say are a menace on the streets. Police spokesman, Captain Zenzele Ndlovu, confirmed on Monday that 15 people had been arrested for prostitution at the weekend in a crime prevention operation conducted in the city centre. Prostitutes are arrested on a regular basis, however police raids have done little to keep the women off the streets.
According to social worker, Pam Zondi, prostitution will remain a social ill because of the low fines imposed on offenders, which does little to deter women from returning to the trade. One prostitute, who identified herself as Natalie, said that women in her position worked the streets because they had no choice. A source at the Msunduzi Municipality said that while they recognised that prostitution had become an increasing problem in the city, the municipality was unable to act because the prostitutes were not operating from a designated building, which would have enabled prosecution through the town planning scheme.
Ndlovu said that police would continue to conduct their raids and respond to incidents reported by residents. Healthy man dies weeks after being licked by his dog. Duchess Meghan's oversized shoes listed as one of this decade's biggest fashion fails. LOOK: Durban shop owner arrested for manufacturing fake detergents. Dad's shock at seeing son's body washed up on rocks in Three Anchor Bay.
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