Cartoon: Carlos on respect for the law

It appears that those tasked with enforcing the law don’t know it. Police Minister Bheki Cele said police can use lethal force if their lives are at risk.

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Carlos Amato
Carlos
Carlos is a political cartoonist for the Mail & Guardian, and a freelance illustrator and writer, based in Johannesburg, South Africa. He has won the Vodacom Sports Journalist of the Year award (2007), the SAB Sports Columnist of the Year award (2010) and the Vodacom Features Writer of the Year Award (Northern Region, 2014). You can contact him at [email protected]

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