Will SA law steal teens' kisses?
By Alice Lander
BBC News, Durban
South Africa's new Sexual Offences Act includes a clause which could allow youngsters to be criminally charged for kissing or fondling.
Twelve to 15-year-olds fall under the new legislation, which covers acts that it describes as "consensual sexual violation".
Rights groups say the controversial clause, signed into law last month, should be seen to protect children, despite claims it is unworkable in a country plagued by far greater problems: not least of them, the rape of children...