The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act 32 of 2007
(Sexual Offences Amendment Act or SOAA) protects any person who has experienced any of the following:
You can find more information on sexual crimes and the protection of victims on the website of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development.
The booklet on "Victims of rape and other sexual crimes" contains a list with contact details of centres and shelters that provide service to victims of sexual violence.
WHAT ARE SEXUAL CRIMES (OFFENCES)?The Sexual Offences Amendment Act (SOAA) protects any person who has experienced rape, sexual assault, sexual grooming, incest, child pornography or prostitution, etc.