Behind South Africa’s mass killings
/ 15 July 2022

Behind South Africa’s mass killings

Police will struggle to solve murders and massacres, as well as other crimes, because of corruption, shoddy management, low level officers being promoted and internal divisions in the police service

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/ 2 March 2008

Gun owners’ call to arms

South Africans should arm themselves to ward off criminals, regardless of government’s efforts to disarm citizens, Gun Owners South Africa (Gosa) said on Saturday. Gosa said South Africa’s justice system was ”on the verge of collapse” and that the police and security forces were ”in a state of total disarray”.