Too many street children resort to sniffing glue to help them to forget about the pain, cold and even abuse they have to suffer. We explore their world in an article featured in Servamus: May 2021.
The reality about the persistent demand for babies due to people who cannot have their own, has resulted in a market for “human fertility”. We explore this shocking reality in the May 2021 issue of Servamus.
Perfect parents do not exist, but parents can be guided in doing their best to help their children to grow up to become responsible and law-abiding citizens. In the May 2021 issue of Servamus we provide our readers with a parenting guide.
Amendments to the Private Security Industry Regulations, 2002 as published in Government Gazette No 23120 dated 14 February 2002 (“the 2002 Regulations”) are published on p966 to p985 of Part 8 of Government Gazette No 43495 dated 3 July 2020. It further also contains amendments to the Code of Conduct for Security Service Providers, 2003 as published in Government Gazette No 24971 dated 28 February 2003 (“the Code of Conduct”).
- S v Lungisa (696/2019)  ZASCA 99 (9 September 2020) (SCA)
Mr Andile Lungisa, the accused, was convicted on 17 April 2018 before the magistrate’s court, Port Elizabeth (“the trial court”) on a charge of assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. On 6 May 2018, he was sentenced to three years’ incarceration of which one year was conditionally suspended for a period of five years.
- S v Machaba and Another 2016 (1) SACR 1 (SCA)
Section 60(11B)(a) and (c) of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977 (“the CPA”) provide as follows:
“(11B)(a) In bail proceedings the accused, or his or her legal adviser, is compelled to inform the court whether –