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Prioritise quality service, Cele urges SAPS trainees

Police Minister Bheki Cele has urged almost 500 police trainee graduates to prioritise providing a quality service to the South African public above anything else….

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Self-sustainability programme a boost for Correctional Services

Justice and Correctional Services Minister, Ronald Lamola, says the department’s Self-sufficiency and Sustainability programme has saved the department more than R100 million during the past…

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Government to work with traditional leaders to resolve SA’s challenges, says Mabuza

Government has vowed to continuously work with traditional leaders to find solutions to problems that affect rural areas. “The ongoing interactions between government and traditional…

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Security official fatally wounded

GQEBERHA – Police have launched a search for the suspects involved in the murder of a 22-year-old security officer who was fatally wounded following a…

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President Ramaphosa to officiate national Heritage Day celebrations

President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Saturday deliver the keynote address during the National Heritage Day celebrations at the Union Buildings in Tshwane. The President will…

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