Prisons in SA | Allegations of torture emerge in report

Prisons in SA | Allegations of torture emerge in report

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2022-01-17 04:31:00 PM

Prisons in SA | Allegations of torture emerge in report

South African prisons are being accused of using solitary confinement as torture. Inmates are allegedly locked up for almost 24 hours with no interaction in inhumane conditions according to a report by the Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services. Inspecting Judge Edwin Cameron spoke with eNCA's Thulasizwe Simelane about the report.

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SA law states that you're innocent till proven guilty however your constitutional rights as a prisoner still apply. The wardens took an oath to serve and to protect. Why do we torture prisoners who haven't been convicted of any crimes, why torture nje? Abramjee Couple of months ago I came across a recommendation about Evelynclark777 wealth how he helped investors to earn lots of money with their investments. and I decided to give a trial with the little I have. Now my little has turned into something great.

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Monday 17 January 2022 - 1:36pm South African prisons are being accused of using solitary confinement as torture. Inmates are often locked up for almost 24 hours with no interaction in inhumane conditions according to a report by the Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services. Inspecting Judge Edwin Cameron spoke with eNCA's Thulasizwe Simelane about the report. Courtesy of