South Africa has a high rate of violence against women and human trafficking, and many in the country are worried. Family Tree CEO Cassper Nyovest has expressed worry about human trafficking in South Africa and the threat to women and children.
The songster, who recently released a new body of work titled “Any Minute Now (AMN)” album, expressed his concerns when a fan asked him, on Twitter, about his take on human trafficking in South Africa.
Having seen Cassper Nyovest acknowledge the problem at hand and his worries over them, another fan inquired if he had a solution to make women feel safe in the country. Cassper Nyovest stated that addressing corruption among policemen will be a good start.
He, however, admitted his knowledge on the subject is limited as he is not in a position of power like the country’s president Cyril Ramaphosa. The president has appointed people to address the problems, and Cassper Nyovest said he is looking forward to them doing their job – providing answers to the question of insecurity and more.
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