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Thuthuzela Care Centres

Are one-stop facilities that have been introduced as a critical part of South Africa’s anti-rape strategy, aiming to reduce secondary victimisation, improve conviction rates and reduce the cycle time for finalisation of cases. The Thuthuzela project is led by the Sexual Offences and Community Affairs (SOCA) unit of the National Prosecuting Authority.

Service charter for victims of crime in South Africa

The Victim’s Charter comes out of Section 234 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. This document explains the rights and obligations relating to services applicable to victims and survivors of crime in South Africa.

Thuthuzela Care Centres

This document (August 2009) explains the model of how the Thuthuzela Care Centres function. It includes contact details of the centres all over South Africa.
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