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09 June 2010

Trafficking fears baseless?

As South Africa prepares to welcome hundreds of thousands of World Cup visitors, security forces are stepping up precautions to stop human traffickers at the borders.

As South Africa prepares to welcome hundreds of thousands of World Cup visitors, security forces are stepping up precautions to stop human traffickers at the borders.

South Africa and Mozambique have signed a deal to speed up the immigration process at the main border post for the duration of the World Cup.

 
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