Silently bearing placards, protesters flanked the stage as Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, who also chairs the national Aids council, addressed the meeting.
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"If deemed necessary, a bill that aims to give effect to legislative change will be published for public comment and comments received during the public consultation process will be considered before the bill is finalised for introduction into Parliament." How the world regulates sex work South Africa's sex worker movement Sisonke and the Sex Workers Education & Advocacy Taskforce are among those that favour decriminalisation.
Meanwhile others, like the nongovernmental organisation Embrace Dignity, advocate for partial decriminalisation. We explain how the world legislates sex work and the options that SA could consider: Full criminalisation Neither buyers or sellers of sex face censure under the law.
In May, the South African Law Reform Commission (SALC) released a report two decades in the making that recommended that the country continue to criminalise sex work.
It put forth partial criminalisation, in which the buyers but not sellers of sex are prosecuted, as a secondary option.
Johannesburg, South Africa - In the shadow of an underpass, wearing a black bob wig, Tlaleng paces along her patch of Nugget Street, scanning the downtown Johannesburg traffic.