Friday, January 27, 2006

Cape Town orphanage investigated for prostitution and drug offences

The Western Cape social services department has confirmed that it is investigating allegations of child prostitution and drug peddling at an orphanage in Cape Town. The allegations surfaced last year that children at the El Noor orphanage were being used as prostitutes and drug peddlers. At an urgent meeting called yesterday by Social Services MEC Kholeka Mqulwana, senior officials decided to probe the matter further. The orphanage houses 42 school children and a number of toddlers. Mqulwana’s spokesperson Simphiwe Xako confirmed that criminal charges would be brought against those implicated if the allegations proved to be true

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