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The stadium, which is intended to be used mostly by local football teams, has been neglected for years and is now completely rundown.
The perimeter fence has fallen down, the grass has grown long and it is easily accessible to anyone.
But a modern day spin on the phenomenon, dubbed “blesser-blessee” whereby young women are lavished with cars, apartments and even overseas trips in exchange for sex, has been criticised as “sugar daddies on steroids”.
The trend has raised alarm bells, with the National Department of Health warning there is cause for serious concern.
According to the annual national crimes statistics released to a parliament portfolio committee today‚ the 51 000 cases recorded represented a 3.2% decrease in sexual offences.
The SA Police Service report revealed that seven of the country’s provinces saw a decrease in sexual offences‚ with the North West province seeing a 9.2% decrease.
He said what happened to Fransman was "unfortunate and it smells more like a honey trap"."We are all vulnerable but sometimes when you show sincere and appreciative gestures these women understand," he said.
It appeared that not only women took advantage of the January 8 Statement event but throngs of traditional sex enhancing products salesmen made a roaring business.
According to the Limpopo police’s media services spokesperson, Captain Maano Sadiki, preliminary results have indicated that the woman may have died of natural causes.The Northern Cape has‚ however‚ seen a 8.9% increase with 1719 cases reported for 2015-16.Limpopo has also seen an increase of 1.3% with 4369 cases reported.Local parents say they have been complaining to the Thulamela Municipality about what is currently going on at the stadium, but nothing has been done to address the situation.“Our children are at risk of contracting diseases through the scattered used condoms which are being found all over the stadium.Even if we try to stop the children from going to the stadium they will still go because it’s the only playground which we have in our community,” said Grace Munisi, an angry mother who lives near the stadium.