Do you know about the different types of spyware, its dangers and how you can protect yourself? The article published from p15 in Servamus: October 2021, will provide readers with valuable information about this dangerous software.
Along with family and colleagues, Servamus pays tribute to police members who have lost their lives in the line of duty – and to COVID-19. Our article published from p44 in Servamus: October 2021 reminds readers about the dangers our members face each day.
The Cybercrimes Act 19 of 2020 has been promulgated and will soon come into operation. Our legal discussion will help readers to understand this new legislation and is published from p22 in Servamus: October 2021.
“GUN FREE SOUTH AFRICA welcomes draft Firearms Control Amendment Bill”
When I receive Servamus in the post, at the first opportunity, I remove the wrapping and scan through the contents. Typically, the in-depth reading would take place later.
The same happened when I received the July issue of Servamus. I noticed Adv John Welch’s article (“Firearms licensing 101: The validity of ‘old licences’ and exempted items”, pp40-41). I also saw the article (no author) entitled “Gun Free South Africa welcomes draft Firearms Control Amendment Bill” (pp72-73). Given my professional background, I am interested in the discourse on firearms in South Africa and I have been in conversations with people about this theme as and when the situation allowed for it. I consequently read the articles with more attention as what would be demanded from a scan-through exercise.