RAPE, including child rape, has been and continues to skyrocket in Azania (South Africa). The brutality of sexual violence against children, including the raping of infants, increased 400% over the past decade. In fact past reports (2002) have stated that a female born in South Africa has a greater chance of being raped in her lifetime than learning how to. By the realization of liberation from the European savagery of Apart-hate in 1994, there were already 18,801 cases of rape per year, but by 2001 African based savagery took over with an increase of 24,892 in 2002. The Institute of Race Relations found that more than 52,000 rapes were reported in 2000, and 40% of the victims were under age 18. The University of South Africa reported 1 million women and children were raped each year (South Africa: Focus on the Virgin Myth, 2002).