Tsireledzani: understanding the dimensions of human trafficking in Southern Africa

Research Report commissioned by the National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa. This report provides the first comprehensive assessment of human trafficking in South Africa.

This research study was conducted by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) on behalf of the ‘Programme of Assistance to the South African Government to Prevent, React to Human Trafficking and Provide Support to Victims of Crime’. The programme of assistance forms part of South Africa’s National Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking through prevention, response and support for victims, known as TSIRELEDZANI. The programme of assistance is being implemented by the National Prosecuting Authority
(NPA) and is co-funded by the South African Government and the European Union (EU).