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Have your say on the Critical Infrastructure Protection Bill

35 comments delivered to parliament (closed 1 September 2023)

The Civilian Secretariat for the Police Service published the Critical Infrastructure Protection Regulations 2023, and is called for comment.

    • to establish a new council, regulator and a host of new functions for the minister of police to protect the country’s critical infrastructure.
    • giving the SAPS a framework through which to identify critical infrastructure , categorise by risk profiles, and deploy added security measures to protect from damage, theft or destruction.
    • establish a National Critical Infrastructure Protection Regulator.
    • develop a process to apply for declaration as critical infrastructure.

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    The police civilian secretariat has gazetted new draft regulations for public comment. The aim is to establish a new council and a host of new functions for the minister of police to protect South Africa’s critical infrastructure. Independent Policing Union of South Africa general secretary Mpho Kwinika elaborates.