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Latest News Editor's Choice. Beitbridge -The tight economic environment in the country is forcing businesses across all sectors to be innovative and seek new ways of attracting returns and the world's oldest profession, commercial sex work has not been spared of this move. Faced with a decline in business in their traditional operational areas mostly liquor outlets and street corners, "ladies of the night" in the country have opted for a new market, the long distance truck drivers.
Confused by the influx of ladies around long distance trucks parking areas and hitch hiking spots at the border town of Beitbridge, this reporter decided to interview the ladies who revealed the new trend of business the ladies called "playing relays. The ladies claim that the truck drivers hire them for entertainment over the long distance with continuous stop over at lay by resting places along the way for sexual sessions in the truck cabin. Will go home at the end of the month when I have accumulated enough money to go and settle my family bills," said one lady who only wanted to be identified as Chipo.
A few of then claim to be in possession of passports and have been able to take longer relays to as far as Tanzania which they claim to be too risky. One young lady who claimed to be only 23 and preferring to be called just Tendai described how she was once abused by drivers in Zambia who took turns to use her after she had left Beitbridge in one truck. She said that was her first and last trip across the border and now only concentrates on the local trips.
Tendai also told this reporter that she is missing one of her friends Sibongile who they left the country together on the trip to Tanzania in separate trucks over two months ago. She said she last saw after crossing the border in Victoria Falls and has never seen her since. Asked if she reported the matter to the police she claimed she can not report though she is convinced that something may have happened to her friend after crossing the borders.
Memory who is a little more mature in her late thirties claimed that relaying was normally not safe for the younger girls who truck drivers normally abuse and pay very little money sometimes nothing at all. Memory claims to have been playing relays for close to four years now and is very aware of all the tricks and risks involved in the business. We demand payment before we leave and deposit the money in our mobile phone accounts to be safe from being robbed by the truck drivers," she said.