Pun­ish prison of­fi­cials

The Star Early Edition - - LETTERS - Themba Make­leni

THE Na­tional Coun­cil of Trade Unions (Nactu) has ve­he­mently crit­i­cised what has hap­pened in Jo­han­nes­burg Prison re­cently.

Nactu, as the voice of work­ers, re­jects with the con­tempt it de­serves any ac­tion that jeop­ar­dises any work­ing en­vi­ron­ment. Nactu says for the prison man­age­ment to bring strip­pers onto the jail premises was un­ac­cept­able.

This fed­er­a­tion says who­ever has en­dorsed it must face a dis­ci­plinary hear­ing. Jails are still plagued by sodomy and sex­ual abuse of in­mates.

Nactu calls on who­ever was re­spon­si­ble to face the mu­sic be­cause all this in­volved the bud­get of the cor­rec­tional ser­vices which is tax­pay­ers’ money.

This Jo­han­nes­burg prison, pop­u­larly known as Sun City, was seen to be en­tic­ing those be­hind bars.

Cor­rec­tional Ser­vices cen­tres must not de­stroy the lit­tle that has been achieved by in­mates. Nactu me­dia re­la­tions of­fi­cer

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