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26 Jun 2013 10:52
The women were allegedly trafficked as sex workers from across South Africa.(Gallo Images)
The Cape Argus reported on Wednesday that the men were charged with multiple counts of rape, human trafficking, assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm, kidnapping and sexual exploitation.
They appeared in court on Tuesday and the case was postponed to July 23 for a formal bail application.
According to the report, the men allegedly recruited or trafficked the three women – from Johannesburg, KwaZulu-Natal, and the Western Cape – and used them as sex workers.
The state alleged that the men lived off the money the women made as prostitutes.
The Cape Argus reported that more charges were expected. – Sapa
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