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05-Jul-2017 22:50

Working in an industry notorious for rape, abuse and disease, retired sex workers in Zimbabwe have opened a prostitution consultancy catering to younger sex workers As shocking as this might sound to many, one of the elderly women who runs the consultancy told Zimbabwe’sthey were doing this to help young women protect themselves from being taken advantage of.

Lima Mankarankara (65) said they teach the new sex workers about the industry and how it works. “Men take advantage of girls, so this is a way of making sure the girls stay safe and avoid unwanted babies while getting a little something for ourselves,” Mankarankara said.

In Mwale’s case, the death of her parents led her to prostitution as a means of supporting her siblings.

“Because we did not have a service like the one (Mankarankara and crew) are running, I fell pregnant.

These in-laws who at the sight of one burnt piece of meat, at the delay of one hot bucket of bath water, it would seem indeed at the drop of hat, would immediately bundle me up and send me straight back to my parent’s home!

Ashamed, with my tail between my legs, having failed as a wife, a mother and a daughter in law.

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What always followed was an overplayed script; a good hiding and those ominous words These memories have me thinking; has the world changed for the ten-year-old day girl of 2016?

At the moment, Plus Guidance does not provide a service for under-18s.