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More restrictive legislation was introduced in 2007 which criminalized the buying of sex.
The estimated overall HIV prevalence rate in 2018 was approximately 13.1% among the South African population.
South Africa is divided on the issue, with some local civic organizations speaking out against the decriminalization of sex work.
Katlego Rasebitse is the media liaison officer for the Sisonke sex workers advocacy group.
One of the main HIV statistics for South Africa is that an estimated 7.52 million people were living with HIV in 2018.
In 2017 21% of people living with HIV globally were living in South Africa. The HIV prevalence is the number of people living with HIV at a particular time.