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ISS: Fake COVID-19 vaccines seized in SA just the start for...

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The lucrative market is the latest in a burgeoning counterfeit medicines trade run by organised crime networks. New posters have popped up on the streets...

ISS: The white pipe keeps burning

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Mandrax isn’t as profitable as heroin or meth but remains a lucrative trade for South African organised crime networks. On 14 September 2020, South Africa’s...

ISS: Heroin is now a major urban development challenge in Africa

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The rapid growth in the trade and consumption of heroin is having a direct and negative effect on urban politics and development in Africa....

Human trafficking in Kenya

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Migrant workers lured by jobs in the Middle East are trafficked into forced labour and modern-day slavery by organised criminal networks. Illicit human movement networks...

Organised crime and poor policy behind Africa’s looming drugs crisis

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Africa faces a substantial increase in illegal drug use fuelled by organised crime and ineffective policy. In the next 30 years, sub-Saharan Africa will...

Mechanism on the way to fight transnational; crime in central and...

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A ground-breaking agreement adopted by police chiefs from Central and West Africa in Brazzaville will boost efforts to fight transnational threats across...

Illicit arms and organised crime threaten Africa’s development

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Transnational organised crime has become a global risk to peace and security, but the focus tends to be on priorities for the...

Horns, guns and drugs: the real cost of wildlife crime

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The number of poaching incidents has tripled in Southern Africa over the past seven years endangering lives, threatening communities and undermining local...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...