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She fell to her death Covered in bruises, gashes and stitches after being pushed out a first floor window by her captor, 23-year-old Pulane Sikisi arrived at the offices of Media24’s Afrikaans newspaper, the Volksblad, begging for help.Her tale was all too familiar: a small town girl, she left her two children and her mother to earn money in the city - where she met a man.He trapped her in the city, hooked her on drugs and forced her to work as a prostitute. Just weeks after appealing for help, Sikisi plunged to her death from six stories up, in the building opposite the Volksblad. This cry for help - witnessed by News24's Corli van der Merwe - occurred in 2010 but, sadly, it seems that nothing has improved since then.
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