By Anees Teladia The allocation of criminal cases and human resources in the South African Police Service in the Western Cape is a serious cause for concern, with over 48 percent of detectives in the Western Cape carrying over 200 criminal dockets, according to a senior researcher at the Institute[…]
By Zaahidah Meyer A security analyst says the kidnappings of businessmen in South Africa is a concerning trend and police must get to the root of what is motivating these abductions. This was raised after Cape Town businessman Liyaqat Parker was abducted at his business premises in Parow this week.[…]
In the wake of increased concerns about the level of violent crimes witnessed within the Cape Flats, Minister Fikile Mbalula on Tuesday released the latest crime statistics, the first since he was appointed in the March cabinet reshuffle. Speaking to VOC, crime expert for the Institute of Security Studies, Graham[…]
OPINION by Lizette Lancaster Increasingly, South Africans from all walks of life are mobilising for change. Many resort to public protest in the hope of galvanising government to improve its performance and do something about unacceptable levels of unemployment and poverty. Last year saw widespread community-level protests, along with large-scale[…]
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