Whether or not CESA are telling the truth or not... one thing is not a lie and that there is a problem with the crime situation of RSA. You try to justify the murder rate in South Africa of that of Israel.....what a joke..... Where is the war in South Africa????? Get your nose out of your ass and smell the blood around you. Post this and leave our comment. Xpat
Colin Hey Malan, I really like your website. My name is Colin and I grew up in RSA but left when I was 16. I am 47. My eldest son and I have started a tour company in the USA hoping to bring American tourists over to enjoy South Africa. I am writing an article to post on my website trying to put crime in RSA into perspective since it seems to be a big concern for travellers. If you could help me with some up-to-date information that makes the point but that doesn't get boggged down with too many... Read more/Comment
As I am a student, I don't have much time, apart from my holidays, to do research and write articles. I would appreciate if volunteers e.g. blog owners, freelance journalists or criminologists would allow me to place their articles (credit will be given to the author). Articles just need to be in line with the mission of the website (see About). Contact me
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Getting behind the statistics to offer a sober and sobering account of the scale of the crime problem and its evolution, the book describes how government has sometimes sought to deal with the crisis and sometimes sought to deny its existence. The book ends with some suggestions of what needs to be done to deal with this scourge. Buy