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Servamus - October 2016

Have you ever driven behind a vehicle on the highway which, for no apparent reason, starts moving slower and slower, while struggling to stay in its lane?
By Kotie Geldenhuys
Dikeledi, a 20-year-old woman, leaves a tavern in Ivory Park in Gauteng with a friend and two other guys in the early morning hours of a Sunday in September 2015.
By Annalise Kempen
When I think about cloning, I think about Dolly the sheep and how amazed the world was when scientists succeeded in cloning the first mammal from an adult cell 20 years ago.
By Annalise Kempen
A cash-in-transit (CIT) van leaves the vault and drives through a neighbourhood before it gets onto the highway.
By Kotie Geldenhuys

Pollex - October 2016

The Code of Conduct for security service providers, published in Government Gazette No 24971 dated 28 February 2003, is amended by Government Notice No R757 dated 24 June 2016, as it appears in GG No 40091 of the same date.
If you, the reader, are of the opinion that unlawful arrests and detentions per se (by themselves/on their own) are costing the State dearly, then you may also want to read an article entitled “State Attorney blasted for inefficiencies, losing money” that was published on News24 dated 10 June 2016.
This month we discuss two issues related to unlawful arrest and detention. They will give readers a glimpse of what happens behind the scenes of this dreadful phenomenon, so to speak.

Letters - October 2016

I welcome the response by the Provincial Police Commissioner of the Western Cape, Lt-Gen Khombinkosi Jula, to the crime statistics released on 2 September 2016.
Every year members of the South African Police Service gather at the Union Buildings to commemorate police members that fell on the beat.
Frederik Hendrik Meintjes was promoted to the rank of captain after having served the police as a warrant officer for 22 years in the same rank.
October 2016 Magazine Cover

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