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Artists Demand The President To Address Human Trafficking

BySekgametsi Sasebola

Oct 1, 2020

Singer Amanda Black and rapper Cassper Nyovest including other artists demand action over human trafficking from President Cyril Ramphosa. The two artists have joined the voices of many South Africans who have demanded that the president vigorously address the issue.

The President and his government’s “Snail pace” reaction was questioned by artists in response to what many have classified as a pandemic in need of immediate attention, as the masses were joined under the hashtag #HumanTrafficking.

Reasoning that the President should have at least said something because the way he saw it, every day on his TL was a new face of a “Missing” person, Cassper said, “Guys, no ways. So many people going missing and our president still hasn’t said anything? Like nothing? Fokol?”

Whereas Amanda cautioned people to do the best they can to protect themselves as it was clear to her that no external help was coming.
“Bethuna we are on our own. Let’s act accordingly.”

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