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Upkeeping an empty house: Is Public Works South Africa's most patient landlord?
Upkeeping an empty house: Is Public Works South Africa's most patient landlord?
The department of Public Works has finally found a tenant for a posh state-owned house. It's been empty for almost seven years, with enormous cost....
Securocrats serious about cyberwarfare
Securocrats serious about cyberwarfare
Shortly after 9/11, the South African government introduced measures to fight terrorism in the country, including a Bill allowing the monitoring and...
Both rich and poor are losing faith in the state
Both rich and poor are losing faith in the state
"Cape Town cop eats banana as woman sjamboks man accused of theft" read a headline in a local newspaper last month. In the latest, and perhaps more...
How the NSA sabotaged the internet
How the NSA sabotaged the internet
Trust is the world's most valuable intangible commodity. Economies, political systems, partnerships and marriages rise or fall based on it. All...
Fantasy of safety keeps them coming
Fantasy of safety keeps them coming
And cash flows as the fear buzzes.
Security company apologises for security failure ahead of Olympics
Security company apologises for security failure ahead of Olympics
The day after G4S said it would incur a loss of up to $77.7 million, its chief executive Nick Buckles hit the airwaves and TV studios to express...
Mdluli: 'It's all a racist-driven plot'
Mdluli: 'It's all a racist-driven plot'
Richard Mdluli sleeps "very nicely" at night because he knows he is innocent of the murder and fraud allegations being relentlessly heaped on him,...
Household insurance and security
Household insurance and security
Insurers often require that you have certain security measures in place to protect your home and its contents.
Interpol gives the nod to Cup security
Interpol gives the nod to Cup security
Global police agency Interpol on Wednesday said South Africa's Soccer World Cup security planning surpassed its expectations, with no tournament...
Getting set for the holidays
Getting set for the holidays
South Africans are the masters of home security.
Colombia accuses Chávez of funding Marxist rebels
Colombia accuses Chávez of funding Marxist rebels
Venezuela and Colombia were locked in a tense stand-off on Monday, with explosive accusations levelled against Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez...

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