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Fires, break-ins intended to intimidate Ramaphosa’s faction in the ANC
Fires, break-ins intended to intimidate Ramaphosa’s faction in the ANC
Rival political factions fighting for state power appear to be behind the recent spate of break-ins and fires at key government institutions, an...
It’s time for South Africa to look beyond BRICS to improve its foreign policy
It’s time for South Africa to look beyond BRICS to improve its foreign policy
On Thursday, 8 June, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) launched a new report titled Life beyond BRICS? South Africa’s Future Foreign Policy...
SA at sea over illegal fishing in its waters
SA at sea over illegal fishing in its waters
The fleet of nine fishing vessels went radio silent after sunset on May 12. Navigation lights and tracking beacons were also turned off. South...
Al Bashir ruling a 'landmark judgement for international criminal justice'
Al Bashir ruling a 'landmark judgement for international criminal justice'
Government leaders might have to face serious consequences should they accept the Supreme Court of Appeal’s ruling on South Africa’s failure to...
No more secrecy in new inspector general interviews
No more secrecy in new inspector general interviews
The veil of secrecy around interviews for the inspector general of intelligence post has been lifted and the next step of the hiring process will...
NPA's lack of scrutiny: Who watches the prosecutors?
NPA's lack of scrutiny: Who watches the prosecutors?
From the day it was decided to establish the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), protecting its independence and ensuring its accountability has...
Police on crime stats: We dismiss flawed argument by ISS
Police on crime stats: We dismiss flawed argument by ISS
The police ministry dismissed the Institute for Security Studies' (ISS) criticism on Wednesday that the latest crime statistics were flawed....
ISS: 'Misleading' crime statistics need inquiry
ISS: 'Misleading' crime statistics need inquiry
Police significantly over-reported successes in crime fighting in the latest set of crime statistics, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) said...
Kenya's troops fighting 'one or two' gunmen in Westgate mall
Kenya's troops fighting 'one or two' gunmen in Westgate mall
Security sources involved in the operation told an Agence France-Presse correspondent at the scene on Tuesday that the militants were located...
Metro cops failing to acknowledge corruption reality
Metro cops failing to acknowledge corruption reality
Corruption Watch has revealed massive gaps between the public's experience of bribery and corruption within the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) and the organisation's recognition of it, raising questions about the department's willingness to tackle the problem....
Legitimacy crisis haunts SAPS
Legitimacy crisis haunts SAPS
One of the biggest challenges facing the South African Police Service is the "widely held perception" among its own staff and the public that many...
Terrorists favour 'easy' fake SA passports
Terrorists favour 'easy' fake SA passports
Terrorists are big fans of South African passports, according to security experts, because of the ease with which one can be faked or illegally...

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