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Award-winning charity battles gender-based violence in South Africa


An award-winning charity, the Home of Hope for Girls, provides services to survivors of sexual abuse and child sex trafficking in Johannesburg. Sexual violence rates in South Africa are among the highest recorded in the world. The charity's founder, Khanyisile Motsa, joined us for Perspective to tell us more about the crucial work she is doing under difficult circumstances.

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