Intelligence Services Intervene in Ruling Party Battles
Events around the run-up to the national conference are reminiscent of the run up to Polokwane including evidence of the misuse of the country's intelligence services, writes the Institute for Security Studies.
South Africa: Intelligence Services Intervene in Ruling Party Battles
ISS, 20 March 2012
Events unfolding around the run-up to the ANC's national conference in Mangaung are reminiscent of the run up to Polokwane including evidence of the misuse of the country's… Read more »
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South Africa: Back to the Future? Securitising the State
Fahamu, 8 March 2012
By merging domestic and foreign intelligence, the new Bill raises the unenviable spectre of the all-powerful apartheid-era Bureau of State Security - and not without good reason. Read more »
South Africa: The Circle of Govt Secrecy
SACSIS, 5 December 2011
In a 2005 interview with academic Sandy Africa for her PhD thesis, the-then chair of the Parliamentary Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence, Siyabonga Cwele, lamented the fact… Read more »