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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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    Racquel
    No I do not
    Our safety is at risk from ever increasing violent criminals.
    Derick
    No I do not
    1- no police monitoring and investigation

    2- private growers need cannabis professionals to evaluate our private grows according to international cannabis regulation and standards

    3- we dont need licences that cost millions ( basic license like fishing license can be used in same manner)

    4- no need for fines and jail time or rehabilitation discrimination towards cannabis users from work ect

    5- every citizen must have the right to grow as much as he can in the space he or she can acquire to grow in no limits needed

    6- everyone must have the freedom to do bussiness in any matter related to the cannabis plant or parts of the plant

    7- we must have the freedom to transport as much plants or plant meterial as we need to at any given time

    8- it's the people's plant and the people that understand the plant the best must help regulate and setup liberating suggestions and proposals

    9- we dont want the heath organizations to control the cbd industry

    10- we need a local research labratory and facility were we can send our product to get tested and evaluated
    Marius
    No I do not
    What is wrong with the ANC to always support crime and making it more and more difficult to protect ourselves against criminals?

    The Police can't protect us as they also get Private Security Companies to protect some Police Stations.

    Why make it easier for Criminals and harder for peaceful living people?

    If a criminal gets shot then there is a reason = DO NOT BREAK IN AT NORMAL PEOPLES HOUSES
    Stel
    No I do not
    I do not upport disarming security companies, whats the use of that, so the Govt. would like criminals to have the upper hand, that doesnt make sense when SAPS cant protect the population
    Leon
    No I do not
    The security company in my area is extremely better than the police.
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