Debswana answers for `spy cameras` in toilets

source: Mmegi
Staff Writer

The strict preventive measures employed by Debswana Diamond Company at its Completely Automated Recovery Plant (CARP) of Orapa Mines are the central part of the ongoing spy camera case before Lobatse High Court Judge, Isaac Lesetedi.

The security measures include strip searches, forbidding handshakes, hand to cover mouth when sneezing during working hours and installation of spy cameras in the toilets in the ‘Red Area’, which was used by 43 CARP employees.

They are now demanding P5 million each as compensation for breach of their human rights after discovering a surveillance camera in the toilets they have been using.

An artisan boilermaker in the Red Area of CARP, Galetshoge Mabiletsa (38), told the court yesterday that they never knew anything about surveillance cameras in the toilets.

Mabiletsa said he was embarrassed and disappointed that such a degrading situation can happen to him. “I even cried when I discovered this as I knew my privacy has [continue reading]

  1. Jazzman

    What a disappointment to the once bread and bustket of the Botswana economy to stoep so lower its endevour to protect its silverware disregarding its human resource

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