JANE DUNCAN | Surveillance and the state: SA’s proposed new spying law is open for comment — an expert points out its flaws

The bill lacks basic controls over how this highly invasive form of surveillance should be used

06 February 2024 - 21:38 By Jane Duncan

In early 2021, the South African Constitutional Court found that the country’s State Security Agency, through its signals intelligence agency, the National Communication Centre, was conducting bulk interception of electronic signals unlawfully...

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