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100,000 People – 80 Rapes: Behold the Shocking 10 year Rape Statistics & Brutalities in South Africa that will Blow you Away Instantly

It's brutal to the core.

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Rugged Crimes In South Africa, do you think it’s over the top? We showed the stupid behavioral pattern of some cruel Nigerians and another woman in Kenya. 

South Africa has had a great time as one of the fastest growing nations in Africa. At one point, it was regarded as a developed nation, something that is far from true unless the following rugged crime rates is nothing to chew with your eye open.

As an African, we have heard the need to be like South Africa (other African countries), the economic stability, social boom and etc. I don’t know, but what no one talks about the other dark side of it, shame it is because rape and crime remain a national sport in South Africa.

To begin with, here is how Charlene Smith was raped in a broad day light.

And as long as the ‘long arm of the law’ remains as short and as incompetent as it is, this terrible scourge in her society will grow and grow.

There is no doubt that Sun City and some parts of South Africa are great places to visit, but that is not all. I mean, the route to going there must land you in either Johannesburg or Cape Town

If you are no ghost, the pain point is that none of the above places is 50% safe if you are a tourist or visitor.

 

See How to survive in South Africa as a Tourist (facts from other tourists).

 

Just to make your visit to South Africa work and safe, if you are a tourist, the best thing is to get a tour guilder or a known citizen to guide you through because what you are about to see might hit you real hard. The level of crime rate is not just alarming but it’s one you might swear that this can’t happen in South Africa.

Note this. Not everywhere in South Africa is as dangerous as Johannesburg – Johannesburg is basically the worst it gets.

Re, said. I’m originally from Cape Town and while we have a lot of crime, Johannesburg does scare me a little too. But people who live there get used to it and adjust.

Note: who live there get used to it and adjust.

Grizz, I’m a New Zealander, and every South African I’ve ever met in New Zealand has said they love their country but they moved here to escape the crime, corruption, and a raft of other bullshit.

It does look gorgeous, and I’m sure SA has a lot of great things going for it, but no thanks.

Due to the research and other values in this article, this article might in 5 series until the 5 top crimes are published. Today will feature Sexual offences.

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Now behold how to survive the major rugged crimes in South Africa.

 

 Major Rugged Crimes In South Africa

 Sexual Offences

While the Routers published the top 10 dangerous places for women, currently, three countries are battling it hard to become the raping hub of the world.

Talking about sexual offences, this category contains crimes as rape, compelled rape, sexual assault, incest, bestiality, statutory rape and the sexual grooming of children.

As at 2017/18, a total of 50,108 sexual offences were recorded by the South African police, up from 49,660 in 2016/17. The majority of the sexual offences recorded were rapes.

Let’s magnify the rape cases.

Rape

South Africa is surely notorious for its levels of rape. But the truth is, the true extent of the problem is unknown. Let’s say, there weren’t any civil wars as DR Congo or terrorism as seen in other African Countries, so, what could have sparked this awful acts?

The crime of rape in South Africa is backed by a defined Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act 32 of 2007. The crime falls under the broad category of sexual offences, which includes sexual assault, incest, bestiality and flashing, among other crimes.

WHEREAS the commission of sexual offences in the Republic is of grave concern, as it has a particularly disadvantageous impact on vulnerable persons, the society as a whole and the economy;

WHEREAS women and children, being particularly vulnerable, are more likely to become victims of sexual offences, including participating in adult prostitution and sexual exploitation of children;

WHEREAS the prevalence of the commission of sexual offences in our society is primarily a social phenomenon, which is reflective of deep-seated, systemic dysfunctionality in our society, and that legal mechanisms to address this social phenomenon are limited and are reactive in nature, but nonetheless necessary;

WHEREAS the South African common law and statutory law do not deal adequately, effectively and in a non-discriminatory manner with many aspects relating to or associated with the commission of sexual offences, and a uniform and coordinated approach to the implementation of and service delivery in terms of the laws relating to sexual offences is not consistently evident in Government; and thereby which, in too many instances, fails to provide adequate and effective protection to the victims of sexual offences thereby exacerbating their plight through secondary victimization and traumatization –

The above is the preamble of the South African CRIMINAL LAW (SEXUAL OFFENCES AND RELATED MATTERS) AMENDMENT ACT 32 OF 2007. Check it out if you want.

The truth is, South Africa’s legal definition of rape is very broad. The act states that “any person (‘A’) who unlawfully and intentionally commits an act of sexual penetration with a complainant (‘B’), without the consent of B, is guilty of the offence of rape”.

This includes the oral, anal or vaginal penetration of a person with a genital organ, anal or vaginal penetration with any object and the penetration of a person’s mouth with the genital organs of an animal.

Just as was pointed above, in South Africa, rape includes the oral, anal or vaginal penetration of a person (male or female, regardless of age) with a genital organ, anal or vaginal penetration with any object and the penetration of a person’s mouth with the genital organs of an animal.

To show you how brutal this is, as at 2017/18, the South African police recorded 40,035 rapes in up from 39,828 in 2016/17. Meaning that an average of 110 rapes were recorded by the police each day.

110 rapes X 365 days=? Fix in the answer.

 

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The 10 Years of Rape Case Reports

When this was no big deal, the South African Police Service used to publish crime statistics only once a year. This had since changed because it undoubtedly became a serious case.

To show you how serious was, a minister in the presidency had to come in to make it known that the rape case reports will be released every three months.

We are going back to 2008 to see how this went by.

Years

Number of Reported Rapes

2008/9

46,647

2009/10

48,259

2010/11

48,158

2011/12

47,069

2012/13

48,408

2013/14

45,349

2014/15

43,195

2015/16

41,503

2016/17

39,828

2017/18

40,035

Source: (South African Police Service 2017/18 crime statistics)

 

Reported Rape Rate Per 1000

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The rape rate here refers to the number of reported rapes which occur per 100,000 people. So, for example, according to africacheck.org, if 43,195 rapes were reported in South Africa in 2014/15, it means that for every 100,000 people in the country there were 80 rapes reported. That sounds a bit like nothing. Let me magnify it.

100,000 people – 80 rapes

200,000 people – 160 rapes

400,000 people – 320 rapes

800,000 people – 640 rapes

1,000,000 people – 800 rapes

According to Census 2011 data from Statistics South Africa, in 2011 the country’s population was 51 770 560, of which 26 581 769 (51.3%) were female and 25 188 791 (48.7%) were male. By the way, Africans are in the majority at just over 41-million, making up 79.2% of the total population.

With 26,581,769, using 26,000,000 female, it means 20800 rapes could have been recorded.

Year

Reported Rape Rates

2008/9

94

2009/10

95.9

2010/11

94.4

2011/12

90.9

2012/13

92.2

2013/14

85.1

2014/15

79.8

2015/16

75.5

2016/17

71.3

2017/18

70.5

(Source: South African Police Service 2017/18 crime statistics)

 

Child Rape

Rape Statistics & Brutalities in South Africa

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The caption above scares me to death. Child rape. It just defines the 10 Times Animals Showed Us God Made A Mistake For Creating Man.

The SA police were able to provide data on rapes perpetrated against children upon request of AfricaCheck.org. The following data states what was obtained from a nationally representative study on the reporting rate of child rape.

Year

Reported child rapes (younger than 18)

2011/12

21,128

2012/13

20,702

2013/14

18,524

2014/15

2015/16

15,790

Source: South African Police Service.

 

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Final Thoughts

A lot of people believe that Africa is cursed. I mean, when consider the question? Is Africa Truly A Zoo? 2 Deaths So Far, The Army Shooting her Citizens , this question is great to get you puzzled for some time.

Talking about rape,

Even though the rape rate decreased from 71.3 per 100,000 people to 70.5. Those are just numbers because the “rape statistics recorded by the police cannot be taken as an accurate measure of either the extent or trend of this crime”, the Institute for Security Studies warns.

Again, the number of rapes committed each year cannot be estimated because there is no under-reporting rate for South Africa that is recent or representative.

If I close end this article here, one of the questions you will ask me will be “what happened to the rapists and their victims”. I am not here to shield nothing. Just like the Indian police will tell you her rape victims are doing well at the hospital; that will be a pure lie because they are always restless.

I don’t know what the level of scrutinize for these offenders in SA. Nevertheless, according to a study conducted by the South African Medical Research Council’s gender and health research unit, the analyzes carried out showed a sample of 3,952 rape cases opened by the South African police in 2012.

Researchers found that “an arrest was made in 2,283 (57%) cases and 2,579 (65%) were referred for prosecution. Prosecutors accepted 1,362 cases (34.4%) and these were enrolled for trial. Trials started in 731 (18.5%) cases”.

Only 340 of the original cases (8.6%) ended with a guilty verdict. For me, I think jungle justice is not bad but put your shoe in the shoes of a father whose child was raped or gang raped. Will you justify the offender with jungle judgment?

It is unfortunate that people have to tell their stories and suffer first, before anyone listens to them and improves things for those who come after.

It is also worrying that whilst treatment has improved, the rape statistics are not going down, indeed getting worse, and no-one seems to know why or how to improve it – Alisdair Budd 

 

This is just the series #1 of how to survive the crime rates in South Africa. Next will be on Murder. If you want to get it. This is what to do. #1. Share this post #2. Leave your best email with us for viral notifications.   

 

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Over to you.

What would you do to rapists, most especially those brutalizing the children? And what do you think should be the best solution for rape reduction in South Africa?

 

Tips: Africacheck.org | South African Medical Research Council’s gender and health research unit | South African Police Service 2017/18 crime statistics

 

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