Since there are so few jobs accessible in South Africa, many women have given the impression that working in the sex industry is the only way to make a living and maintain a respectable level of living. This is due to the fact that there are so few employment available in South Africa. Even if the most of them are in it for the money, there are some people who are involved because they don't have food or a job that can put food on their table. This is the case even if the majority of them are in it for the money. These are the individuals who are active participants in the company.
In the early hours of today, it was stated that roughly fifteen (15) women were detained on Polly Street in JHD for engaging in illicit prostitution. When reading the news, it says that the police detained 15 sex workers for unlawful prostitution on Polly Street in the Johannesburg Central Business District (CBD). It was stated earlier today that these arrests took place, according to a number of reliable sources in the relevant fields.
This news has been making a lot of headlines across all social media platforms, and many inhabitants of Mzansi have given their own thoughts on the report that is currently circulating online. Others pleaded with the government to offer adequate employment alternatives for the women, while others argued that the police have more important things to do than arrest the women.
For my part, I do not believe that the fact that someone is jobless is a good explanation for them to engage in prostitution as a means of supporting themselves. In South Africa, there are a significant number of college grads who make their living by peddling their wares at local markets. Rather than the other way around, those ladies should be the ones to learn how to put in the effort.
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