When sex work is not a criminal offence, workers are much safer because they can report crimes against them to the police
Mia Malan interviews Deputy Justice Minister, John Jeffery, and United Nations special rapporteur on the right to health, Tlaleng Mofokeng, about what’s next for sex workers
A new bill that seeks to decriminalise sex work is now open for public comment
Re-opening of South Africa’s prostitution law reform debate makes the mistake of assuming it is work and not exploitation.
It’s high time we listened to former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe’s advice on the legalisation of all recreational drugs
The cannabis underground tutors the corporate class in the vagaries of their shared mistress
Deputy Social Development Minister Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu tells the UN that the war on drugs has failed and is suggesting other options to tackle addiction
One in three sex workers in South Africa say they’ve been raped by a police officer. Could a change in the law solve this?
Joan Collins* worked as an intensive care nurse in Cape Town. But that’s not the only way she made a living.
From Amsterdam’s glittering canals to Durban’s dark streets, take a look at how the world legislates sex — and why it matters.
As the two-day summit came to end, a declaration was reached and the mood was mostly triumphant, but it didn’t go without a few stumbling blocks
The Swedish model, legalisation, decriminalisation — does the sex work debate leave you confused? Look no further.