Police’s top brass face MPs over FDA’s threat to bring justice system to halt: In April, FDA’s Keith Keating issued a statement threatening to switch off the system containing some of the police’s forensic data over a payment dispute.
Tourism, Home Affairs ‘close to an agreement’ on travel of minors: Malusi Gigaba introduced regulations in 2014 requiring the child’s unabridged birth certificates and parental letters of consent when travelling.
MEC Bredell reiterates support for Hawks probe into corrupt WC municipalities: George, Oudtshoorn, Bitou and Kannaland municipalities are currently in the Hawks’ sights after allegations of corruption arose.
‘Tentacles of Boeremag could extend beyond Sita, police’: National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole says the police are busy conducting their own probe into The Boeremag links to Sita but could not divulge details.
Home Affairs & Tourism team up to ease visa requirements to boost tourism: This was announced on Wednesday by Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba and his Tourism counterpart Derek Hanekom.
Sentencing of child killer Pieter van Tonder postponed: The 37-year-old killed his ex-girlfriend’s 16-month-old daughter Asheeqah Scott at his Delft home in September 2016.
Limpopo sangoma gets 2 life sentences for rape: The National Prosecuting Authority’s Mashudu Malabi-Dzhangi says the man raped a 10-year-old girl in 2014 and a five-year-old in 2015.
[LISTEN] Home Affairs officers allowed to opt out of marrying same-sex couples: Matthew Clayton, Research, Advocacy and Policy manager at the Triangle Project says this has made it increasingly difficult to get married at Home Affairs offices.
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