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(From Guardian Unlimited)
One subject has dominated South Africa's media agenda so far this month: rape. The case of 17-year-old Anene Booysen -- gang-raped and murdered, her throat slit and body mutilated by a broken bottle -- has concentrated minds on a deep-rooted culture of sexual violence. It has led to calls for public protests as seen in India and forced South Africans to confront the question: what can be done?
Tougher law enforcement has been one inevitable answer. The front page of South Africa's Times newspaper on Wednesday reported that police in Limpopo province are forcing all rape suspects to undergo HIV testing, with those who test positive to be be …