Thirty-nine victims of human trafficking, including seven women and nine children under the age of five, have been rescued from a farm in South Africa’s Mpumalanga province. News24 reports that police arrested two suspects on Friday, with the Hawks explaining that the modus operandi entailed the victims being brought into South Africa in a taxi from Mozambique before being brought to a farm as labourers. The matter was postponed to 27 July for further investigation and both men have, until then, been remanded in custody, while the victims have been taken to a place of safety.