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GILAB is ‘still too authoritarian’ says OUTA

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The National Assembly’s adoption of the General Intelligence Laws Amendment Bill (GILAB) on 24 March underlines the need for an active civil society to...

OUTA calls for a redraft of the intelligence laws amendment bill

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The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) is deeply concerned about the implications of the General Intelligence Laws Amendment Bill (GILAB), believing it risks compromising...

South Africa’s proposed new spying law is open for comment –...

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In early 2021, the South African Constitutional Court found that the country’s State Security Agency, through its signals intelligence agency, the National Communication Centre,...

SA’s new ‘spy bill’ lacks sufficient checks and balances, civilian oversight...

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South Africa’s proposed new ‘spy bill’ lacks the civilian oversight mechanisms to avoid abuse of its intelligence services, whilst vastly increasing the scope of...

DA lists Bills it will oppose, support in 2012

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DA Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko MP has, as part of her party's 2012 Parliamentary agenda listed what draft legislation it will support...