Action Society

Jun 2021

Open letter to Cyril Ramaphosa: Where is my President?

Dear President Ramaphosa, Somebody stole my childhood. Somebody stole my virginity. Somebody stole my trust in men. Somebody stole my innocence. Somebody stole my dignity. Somebody stole my safety. Somebody stole my life. We really hope that the iPad thief was apprehended and hopefully you got your iPad back. It’s

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KykNet: “Polisieminister moet waai!”

‘n Gesloer met die toekenning van kontrakte het veroorsaak dat die polisie se forensiese afdeling landwyd ‘n agterstand met die verwerking van meer as 200 000 DNS-bewysstukke moet probeer uitwis. Kyk die volledige insetsel hier:

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Staggering 208 000+ DNA backlog.

Driven by a purpose to provide a voice to the voiceless, listen to the interview with our spokesperson, Dr Rineé Pretorius, on PretoriaFM concerning the DNA backlog of already a staggering 208 000+. #celemustgo #ActionSociety #dnabacklog

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Tech-talk: Call for police minister Bheki Cele to be fired

Advocacy group Action Society is calling for the immediate dismissal of Police Minister Bheki Cele, accusing him of, among other things, a lack of interest in solving the DNA backlog crisis. Get the full story here:

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Action Society & DearSA driving public participation call on GBV-bills.

Action Society and Dear South Africa (DearSA) once again urge the public to comment on the three GBV-bills: Criminal and Related Matters Amendment Bill [B 17B –2020] (National Assembly – sec 75); Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act Amendment Bill [B 16B 2020] , and Domestic Violence Amendment

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Action Society condemns the EFF’s threat regarding the closing of schools.  In a country where violent crime is prevalent and threaten the lives of all South Africans, especially those of innocent children, the EFF is making reckless comments concerning the closing of schools due to the Covid pandemic.  During a

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