South Africa’s state security agencies far, far from the constitution
The recent judgment of the Constitutional Court as to the constitutionality of SA law regulating the interception of communications begins with soaring words from our constitution: “[N]ational security must reflect the resolve of South Africans, as individuals and as a nation, to live as equals, to live in peace and harmony, to be free from fear and want and to seek a better life.”..
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