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Civil Security

Exiled rebels used to suppress anti-Kabila protests – claim

Exiled rebels used to stop Kabila protestsCongolese security officials recruited more than 200 exiled rebel fighters to suppress protests against President Joseph Kabila a year ago, ordering them to use lethal force, Human Rights Watch said in a report.
   

Cape readies for fire season

A Working on Fire waterbomber. Photo by Dean Wingrin.The Western Cape Department of Environmental Affairs has said it has ramped up firefighting resources in preparation for the summer fire season.

   

Police Minister on rural security strategy

Police Minister on rural security strategyPolice Minister Fikile Mbalula this week met with the Transvaal Agricultural Union (TAU) as part of ongoing engagements with different stakeholders in South Africa’s agricultural community to curb farm attacks and murders.
   

ISS: Do foreigners really commit SA’s most violent crimes?

Xenophobic riots.Blaming undocumented foreign nationals for crime in South Africa is nothing new, despite the lack of evidence to back such perceptions. However the South African Police Service (SAPS) Gauteng Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant-General Deliwe de Lange has reportedly claimed that about 60% of suspects arrested for violent crimes in the province are illegal immigrants.

   

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