Only countries at war suffer as much sexual violence as South Africa. This is according to a Doctors Without Borders’s (MSF) global report that highlights the problem of rape.
The organisation’s operational director, Meinie Nicolai, says, “The figures we have are alarming, but they are just a tip of the iceberg as most cases go unreported."
Although sexual violence is exacerbated in war, MSF says it also affects millions of people living in post-conflict countries or even in stable environments.
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