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Draft amendment regulations in terms of  the private security industry regulations act, 2001

Bheki Cele, Minister of Police, acting under section 35 of the Private Security Industry Regulation Act, 2001 (Act No 56 of 2001) intends to make amendments to the Private Security Industry Regulations, 2002, affecting firearms and uniforms [please read summary or documents below]. Comments must be submitted by 5 July.

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Asma
No I do not
Each individual should be in a position to defend themselves should the need arise
Lebeko
No I do not
you really making the lives of animals and security very difficult. Rhino poaching rate will increase in South Africa or else take these God creatures to Nederland were crime is zero tolerance. Nxa
Aloama
No I do not
The draft amendment regulations in terms of the private security industry tegulations act will decrease the safety of ordinary citizens, and fuel the hunger of criminals.
Gail
No I do not
Security personnel and private persons must be able to defend themselves. So many criminals have guns and semi automatic guns. Concentrate on disarming them.
Rob
No I do not
Government is making no attempt to disarm criminals, but is putting in a concerted effort to disarm law abiding citizens, including those who would deter criminals by being properly armed
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