Clementine Mumba, a spokesperson for the Treatment and Advocacy Literacy Campaign, an HIV/AIDS prevention advocacy group, told IRIN: "This issue of having Zimbabweans taking up prostitution here will have a very negative impact on our country."These people are desperate for cash and can do anything, regardless of whether they are infecting or getting reinfected.Marjory Kwenda, a Zimbabwean cross-border trader has had to engage in sex work since the Zambian authorities enforced strict by-laws preventing vendors from trading.
During the day I sell my products in these shanty compounds; at night I go to taverns and nightclubs to hook up a man or two.
Zambian men are really nice because they pay for the [sex] services promptly, they don't give me any problem." When asked whether she understood the risks of engaging in commercial sex work, Kwenda said: "I always insist on condom use, though some of them refuse and force me to sleep with them without using a condom.
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"We have had numerous reports and concerns over Zimbabweans engaging in commercial or illicit sex," Mulako Mbangweta, a spokesperson for the immigration department, told IRIN.
"Surely we can't allow such a situation to go unattended to in this era of HIV/AIDS.
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Some of them have documents which say they are in Zambia for a visit, just a mere visit, but they are ending up doing businesses or taking up prostitution and, therefore, are not qualified to be mere visitors." Zimbabwe is in its seventh year of an economic recession that has seen inflation reach more than 6,000 percent - the highest in the world - and unemployment levels of above 80 percent.