Have you ever taught about your car’s safety when you are involved in a vehicle crash? Will you and your loved ones be protected in as far as it is possible? Refer to the article published on pp 14 -16 in Servamus: January 2020 to determine the NCAP safety rating of many cars on SA’s roads.
We all have a responsibility to create a safer world for our children – that includes on our roads. Sadly, vehicle crashes are some of the leading causes for child deaths. Walk This Way is a ChildSafe intervention project that aims to address child pedestrian safety – refer to the article in Servamus: January 2020 on pp 34-35 giving more details.
Many people opt to go on a boat cruise for a holiday. Yet, there are many aspects that can affect the passengers and crew’s safety necessitating such cruise liners to have adequately trained security personnel. Refer to the article in Servamus: January 2020 on pp 30-32 about what is done to mitigate treats to such cruise liners.
- S V Phillips 2018 (1) SACR 284 (WCC)
Mr Phillips, the accused, who had been indicted to stand trial in the High Court in Cape Town on charges of murder and rape, applied before the same High Court for an order compelling the State/prosecution to (1) accept a plea of guilty on a charge of culpable homicide as tendered by him; (2) to permanently stay the charges of murder and rape; and (3) that a non-custodial sentence be imposed upon him.
According to Government Gazette No 42338 dated 29 March 2019, the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services has declared all immigration officers appointed in terms of section 33(2)(b) of the Immigration Act 13 of 2002, as peace officers in respect of the entire RSA for the purpose of exercising, with reference to the offences specified in paragraph 1 infra, the powers defined in paragraph 2 infra.
- S V Bomvana 2019 (1) SACR 418 (ECM)
Section 174 of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977 (“the CPA”) provides as follows:
- S V Myeni 2019(1) SACR 360 (ECG)
Relevant legal provisions
Sections 86, 87, 88 and 89 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act (ECT) 25 of 2002* (hereinafter referred to as Act 25 of 2002) provide as follows:
“Unauthorised access to, interception of or interference with data