In hierdie laaste aflewering van Maroela Media se gesprekreeks oor vuurwapenveiligheid word daar gekyk hoe vuurwapeneienaars veilig met hul vuurwapens kan reis. Lees meer: https://maroelamedia.co.za/leefstyl/reis/luister-reis-veilig-met-jou-vuurwapen/
Die regering se meesterplan vir landbou en landbouverwerking kry die wind van voor. Lees meer: https://www.landbou.com/landbou/nuus/organisasies-werk-aan-n-alternatief-vir-n-landbouplan-20220527
Die meesterplan vir die landbousektore kan gesien word as n roetekaart wat beleid moet rig om die landbou te herstruktureer. Dit is deel van die regering se poging om maatskaplike ongelykheid aan te pak. Lees meer: https://www.landbou.com/landbou/bedrywe/rubrieke/johanwillemse/meeste-val-in-by-landbou-se-meesterplan-20220523
Police can make as many arrests as possible, but without efficient crime intelligence, conviction rates will remain low. This is the view of Action Society. eNCA’s Monique Mortlock has the details. See full news clip here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhEXMUnASnw
Legal process kicks off for answers from the Ministry of Justice regarding promises made about Sexual Offences Courts The Action Society legal team has sent a formal request in terms of Section 18(1) of PAIA, to the Ministry of Justice and Correctional Services, requesting specific information concerning Sexual Offences Courts.
With the world reeling from news of America’s latest school shootings where at least 19 primary school children were killed, SA still has higher gun deaths than the US with its lax gun laws. Read more: https://www.citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/3104958/illegal-guns-soaring-violence-in-sa/
Cele’s political deceit leaves Cape Town bloody; solutions are simple, kingpins must be eliminated “For crisis control in an attempt to stop further bloodshed of innocent people, a specialised task force must be brought in with no community ties to target crime bosses and to sweep the region. If it
Action Society has just launched a second survey – Do you stop for a cop? – as part of its police trust-indicator survey series, to determine to what extent South African road users trust the South African Police Service (SAPS) when they are pulled over, or when they have to