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In section 56 of the Sexual Offences Act in South Africa, it is made perfectly clear that a marriage; friendship; or any other type of relationship do not count as ‘consensual’.
Both parties need to give their clear indicative or explicit permission before every sexual act is committed.
There is also a provision made for children who’s age difference are less than 2 years.
It is a severe criminal offence in South Africa to have sex with any child under the age of 12, consensual or not, or for any child under the age of 12 to have sex with any other person, whether consensual or not.
We do not own, produce or host the videos displayed on this website.The sex act must also be consensual between both parties.Persons also need to be weary of the age of becoming an adult (age 18 in South Africa), where the parents of a child still has authority about what he or she may consent to whilst under age 18.It may in some cases be considered as ‘statutory rape’: If the parents are willing to go through the criminal procedure by opening a case and if the court can determine that the child did not possess the mental capacity to be considered “emancipated” or of a mental state to make decisions like an 18-year-old adult.
The latter is usually the more difficult one to proof, as many children do show some mental level of ‘adulthood’ as early as age 15, and are generally perceived more responsible than younger kids.
Apart from other parts of the Sexual Offences Act, there are also protection for sexual acts for people ages 18 and above.