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Farming communities facing safety and security challenges

The agricultural community has not been able to escape from the culture of violence in rural farming areas and the unnecessary loss of life...

21 Aug 2015

SA accedes to convention on hazardous substances incidents

Cabinet, at its ordinary meeting on Wednesday, 12 August, approved for South Africa to accede to the International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection with Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea, 2010...

14 Aug 2015

Auditor-general to probe Prasa tender irregularities

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has asked the auditor-general to investigate allegations of financial and tender irregularities...

3 Aug 2015

Blood on the tracks

The war within rail agency Prasa continues. Its former CEO, Lucky Montana, staggered into the Hillbrow Police Station yesterday with a pile of files to open a case of fraud...

31 Jul 2015

Attacks on farm workers increasing

A total of 15 murders were reported on farms in the Free State in the first six months on 2015. Ten of these victims were farm workers...

23 Jul 2015

JCCI sheds light on implications of truck ban

The proposal from The Department of Transport to ban trucks exceeding nine tonnes from public roads during peak hours, has elicited a strong reaction from businesses...

17 Jul 2015

Correctional Services to deal with "inmate Facebook" creators

PRETORIA: The Department of Correctional Services says it views the creation of an "inmate Facebook account" at Pollsmoor Correctional Centre in Cape Town...

13 Jul 2015

Zuma: I strongly believe in independent judiciary

President Jacob Zuma says he will attend to a request for a meeting by Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng as soon as he returns from Russia...

9 Jul 2015

Four women to be interviewed for ConCourt judge position

Four judges have been shortlisted and will be interviewed this week for the vacant position at the Constitutional Court...

By Genevieve Quintal 8 Jul 2015

SARS foils ivory smuggling attempt

PRETORIA: South African Revenue Service (SARS) customs officials have foiled an attempt to smuggle ivory worth R4 million...

6 Jul 2015

E-tolls no block to discs

You cannot be refused a vehicle licence disc because of outstanding e-tolls, said the Justice Project SA yesterday...

6 Jul 2015

New task team to evaluate parole process

Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha has set up a task team to evaluate the entire parole process in South Africa...

6 Jul 2015

Rugged computers a game-changer in critical field rescue situations

New advanced technological solutions are changing the security, public safety, and law enforcement sectors to the very core and for the better....

By Jerker Hellström 2 Jul 2015

Stronger ties between FSA and police

A second meeting in six months between the leaders of Free State Agriculture (FSA) and the SAPS in the province, has strengthened their relationship...

2 Jul 2015

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