Contact us for free legal advice
for women and children’s rights


Media Banner

Human Trafficking and the law published 19 December 2018

Human trafficking in the last three years has become the second most heinous crime after drug trafficking.

The alarm that cross-border trafficking has caused in the last two years has seen the investigation, prosecution and conviction of one of the members of the Kuwait Syndicate.

Prior to 2014, there was no law on trafficking until the enactment of Trafficking In Person Act (Chapter 9:25) There have been more awareness raised on warning signs about falling for the trap that is going to foreign countries to seek employment without verification from the Embassy or Consulate among other warning signs.

There are plenty more efforts from the state to ensure that much attention is placed on trafficking by creating the Anti-Trafficking Inter-Ministerial Committee which takes active effort against combating trafficking in and out of Zimbabwe.

Read Full Article