There’s no place like home, but in the good old Rainbow Nation of South Africa this widely used adage has a totally different take. To add a twist to another favourite expression, your house literally is your castle. Burglar bars, electric fencing, panic buttons and remote eyes are just about standard household fixtures and fittings.
Sad to say, but true as blue, your Friday night dinner guest list could very easily be extended to include a few gate crashing robbers & rapists who, unlike the inconspicuous cat burglars of yesteryear, are more intent on butchering their victims than they are on stealing their property.
The abuse and misuse of toddlers and sickly parents by indifferent and callous carers and child minders is another much practiced criminal activity in South African. For most working mothers having a job is a necessity and not a choice and leaving their offspring in the care of others or, as in most cases, to fend for themselves, is not something they do lightly.
So how do you stop the burglaries and the family abuse? More important, how do you find peace of mind midst all the insecurity? The optimal solution would be for you to be able monitor the goings on at your house 24/7 – but is that at all possible?
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