Report investigates male smuggling from the Horn and East Africa to South Africa
The key findings in the report that covers seven countries documents the dynamics of the abuse and exploitation in the smuggling of male migrants from the East and Horn of Africa to South Africa (RSA). The report also highlights the methods of recruitment, modes of transportation and corruption among government officials that collude with the smugglers The magnitude of the migration through the eastern corridor of Africa towards the south is estimated by the author to be around 17,000 to 20,000 men per year, bringing in an estimated gain of 34 to 40 million US Dollars for the smuggling business.
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