Privacy Tshidzumbe

Awareness Campaigns Servicesthe constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act, 108 of 1996  section 14, Privacy

Everyone has the right to privacy, which includes the right not to have
(a) their person or home searched;
(b) their property searched;
(c) their possessions seized; or
(d) the privacy of their communications infringed

 

2 thoughts on “Privacy Tshidzumbe”

  1. Ri tshena tsho na? do we still have tshidzumbe? are we exercising
    our constitutional right?

  2. Seldom us human beings we publish our communications on irresponsibly on social media forgetting that some factors we are disclosing can have irreversible consequences.

    For an example: publishing your home address, location, the vehicle you drive.

    this can attract perpetrators as they also use social media for potential victims.

    we don’t wait for our privacy to be invaded but we publish it. this is my opinion.

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