Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
The story "Jail for stepmother" in Sowetan of March 28 proves that there is something wrong with our justice system.
The R10000 fine or five years' imprisonment given to the Mpumalanga nurse who injected her stepson with HIV-contaminated blood is too lenient.
HIV-Aids causes death, so how on earth can five years in jail compensate for death?
The sentence does not fit the crime because the boy's life and his future have been destroyed. Because the death penalty is a thing of the past, a life sentence would have been the next-best punishment for the crime.
Chidino Ndou, Tshakhuma