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Posted by: Nick | 2008/01/27

Re: Child Abuse

Hi again

She is only 15. I suspect the abuse is sexual, but I will find out when I talk to her later today.

I wish to remain anonymous if i report anything, but I am wary of the flawed systems in place (my email to the Western Cape Childline office couldn't be delivered), and the even worse effects that could arise from a case not being followed through properly.



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Maybe you can persuade her to call Childline herself, as they ought to have a toll-free national number. YOur local Lifeline may have details of other support groups in your area.

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Posted by: anon | 2008/01/27

Call Lifeline and they will give you the telephone numbers , rather call or better still get her to call!

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Posted by: Hope* | 2008/01/27

How nice to have people like yourself in the world who care.I hope you manage to sort all this out and take good care of your young friend. 

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