Action Society

Jul 2021

Protect Neighbourhood Watch campaign launched by Action Society.

“The police are failing South Africa in the fight against crime as the ANC has neutralised them through cadre deployment, communities must mobilise within the framework of the law and Action Society will assist where they are victimised,” says Ian Cameron of Action Society. Action Society has launched their “Protect

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EFF intimidation of elderly is cowardly – Action Society.

“Action Society applauds neighbourhood watch groups and community members that are lawfully organising themselves to support the South African Police Service (SAPS), while the EFF are intimidating the elderly in an apparent cheap publicity stunt,” said Ian Cameron of Action Society, following Huis Herfsblaar protests in Queenswood, Pretoria today. Cameron

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Registrar of NRSO turns her back on victims of sexual offences

The lobby group Action Society has been actively advocating for public access to the National Register for Sex Offenders (NRSO) the past two years. They are pleased that the amendment to the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act will now allow “any person who has interest” to

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KZN-premier has no right to threaten neighbourhood watch groups.

“Action Society applauds KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) neighbourhood watch groups for their heroic acts during the unprecedented violence experienced in the province recently. Community safety structures in KZN single-handedly and lawfully stabilised the province, with little or no support from government. The premier should thank them or even reward them for their

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A child’s life for R5 000.

Action Society is outraged at the request of a Cape Town mother to only pay a R5 000 fine instead of doing jail time, after allowing her daughter to be brutally raped and tortured by gangsters in 2019.  The toddler’s mother and her friend was recently found guilty of allowing

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Cele passes the buck once again.

Minister Bheki Cele is now hiding behind racism claims to cover his own failure  ̶  and that of the South African Police Services (SAPS)  ̶  to fulfil their constitutional responsibility to protect South Africans. This follows his visit this past weekend to Phoenix and other communities in KwaZulu-Natal, that have

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Action Society has their say on GBV-Bills

The three new Gender Based Violence (GBV) Amendment Bills are currently undergoing consideration by the National Council for Provinces. The public is however called upon to make written submissions on the amendment Bills by 9 July 2021. Action Society’s submission, as part of the public participation process, was discussed on

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