The DOJCD has announced its upcoming nationwide discussion on the contentious matter of human trafficking, and has enlisted multiple community radio stations to broadcast it.
The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DOJCD) took to Twitter on Tuesday, 6 October 2020, to announce its plans to host a discussion on human trafficking. The matter has been a contentious one locally, with the reveal that the country is listed as one of the human trafficking hotspots. This is a matter that has been attributed to the influx of illegal foreign nationals in the country.
The discussion will be led by the department’s Legal Administration Officer, Eunice Poto. The discussion will be broadcast on multiple community radio stations nationwide, with the list of the radio stations shared as part of the promotional poster. Additionally, commentators are advised to send in their comments and questions through the department’s social media platforms.
The discussion is set to take place on Thursday, 8 October 2020, and will start at 18:05 and end at 19:05.
See the post below.
— The DoJ & CD (@DOJCD_ZA) October 6, 2020