South Africa’s state security agencies far, far from the constitution

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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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