Prisoners must have sex break and also phones, says South African Prisoners of Organisation for Human Rights (SAPOHR) on one of SABC radio station called phalaphala fm on program called Tshiko presented by Mpho Rathando and produced by Donald Khanari.
South African prisoners of Organisation for Human Rights (SAPOHR) on phalaphala FM yesterday on mid day program they said they are advocating for prisoners to have cell phones and also break to have sex with their loved ones.
This was then becomes the daily topic on This SABC radio station called Phalaphala FM.
In the interview, they made it clear that they think it is the best way to end this sexual activities between officers and prisoners.
Indeed wonders shall never end in South Africa. When will this prisoners rights be limited.
What this institution want will never assist South Africa to solve crimes because the cell phones which they want prisoners to have will use the same cell phones to over through the guards and organize other crime.
Imagine prisoners with right of having sex with their loved ones. What about a person who was left without husband or wife when this criminals killed them where then will they enjoy this pleasure.
Prisoners rights must be limited immediately when one found guilty. You cannot be a prisoner and still enjoy everything just like people outside.
They won't even have a need of paying lodge since the government will have to organise rooms for them to have sex.
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