2016 | Professor Olutola

This study evaluates the effectiveness of current anti-trafficking legislation in combating the perennial scourge of human trafficking in the Republic of South Africa. Findings from this study suggest that for an effective or result-oriented approach, the South African government should focus on the enforcement of the law and in addressing the socio-economic, political and cultural factors which strengthen the growth of the illicit trade. The study further made recommendations based on the findings.