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Plan for Safe, Secure Election in Place - Police Minister

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa says a plan to ensure that the May 7 general election is held in a safe and secure environment has been rolled out. Addressing the media in Cape Town on Wednesday at a post-State of the Nation Address briefing by the ... AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago

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Minister Nathi Mthethwa hosts Crime Awareness Imbizo in Tongaat, 26 Mar

Police Minister Mr Nathi Mthethwa to host a Crime Awareness Imbizo in Tongaat 25 Mar 2014 The Minister of Police, Honourable Mr Nathi Mthethwa and Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Mmamonnye Ngobeni will host a Crime Awareness Imbizo ...
 South African Government3 weeks ago Minister Thulas Nxesi hands over renovated Chatsworth police station, 16 Apr  South African Government21 hours ago Trust in govt is undermined  Citizen.co.za3 weeks ago Minister Nathi Mthethwa on filling of crime intelligence vacancies  South African Government1 month ago
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Are Foreign-Owned Private Security Companies a Threat to South Africa's National Security?

The South African Minister of Police, Nathi Mthethwa, is on record as saying that foreign ownership of private security companies is a threat to national security. However, to date there has been no substantive explanation to show how this may be ...
 AllAfrica.com19 hours ago SAPA - POLICE-SECURITY  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Private security sector sounds the alarm on bill  City Press3 weeks ago Bill pits ANC against security sector  BDlive1 month ago
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Public misled over criminal records SAPU

We find it totally unacceptable that the [Police] Minister [Nathi Mthethwa] and national police commissioner [Riah Phiyega] would mislead the South African public to this extent, general secretary Oscar Skommere said in a statement. Besides the ...
 Citizen.co.za4 days ago Public 'misled' over SAPS criminal record dismissal: union  Times Live South Africa4 days ago Police leadership must not mislead public to gain cheap political points police union  City Press4 days ago SAPS to boot criminal cops  IAfrica.com5 days ago
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SA murder rate halved UN

Cape Town - South Africa's murder rate has dropped by more than 50 percent in less than two decades. Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa said this showed the country was "moving up the safety ladder." A report on the UN Global Study on Homicide last ...
 IOL2 days ago Murder rate drops by half  Security.co.za2 days ago 'SA murder rate on the decline'  Eye Witness News2 days ago Murder rate halved UN  Cape Times2 days ago

Mthethwa's the main Nkandla culprit

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa's failure to "properly" apply his mind when signing the declaration of President Zuma's Nkandla home as a national key point constituted improper conduct and maladministration. This was one of the damning findings ...
 IOL3 weeks ago Mthethwa comes under fire [Mercury, The (South Africa)]  TMC Net3 weeks ago Mthethwa main Nkandla culprit  Security.co.za3 weeks ago Mthethwa main Nkandla culprit [Star, The (South Africa)]  TMC Net3 weeks ago
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Mthethwa welcomes UN murder report

JOHANNESBURG Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa has welcomed a report by the United Nations (UN) that shows murder rates in South Africa have dropped by 50 percent in the last five years. The UN's report on drugs and crime shows that the country's ...
 Eye Witness News2 days ago SA: Statement by Nathi Mthethwa, Minister of Police, welcomes arrest of serial rapist  Polity.org.za1 week ago Minister Nathi Mthethwa welcomes arrest of serial rapist  South African Government1 week ago McBride now Independent Police Investigative Directorate head  Times Live South Africa1 month ago
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Litany of complaints about Tongaat cops

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa, who was at the meeting at the Hambanathi sports ground on Wednesday, responded to the complaints and said community participation was critical to
 Big News Network2 weeks ago Litany of complaints about oThongathi police  IOL2 weeks ago Be angry with government, not cops  Daily News South Africa1 month ago
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Mthethwa defends Phiyega's Nkandla fire pool finding

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa has defended national police commissioner Riah Phiyega after ANC leaders accused her of misleading the party that the swimming pool at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead was not a recreational facility but a fire ...
 Mail & Guardian Online3 weeks ago Phiyega's Nkandla fire pool claim still a burning issue for ANC  Mail & Guardian Online2 weeks ago
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No Nkandla regrets - Mthethwa

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa on Monday said he had no regrets about classifying Nkandla as a National Key Point. He also sidestepped questions about Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's findings against him. Mthethwa, along with other senior ANC ...
 IAfrica.com3 weeks ago Mthethwa: No Nkandla regrets  Eye Witness News3 weeks ago
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