State security

Here’s what we think is happening.
The Sunday Times reported that it had seen an affidavit in which State Security minister Bongani Bongo is alleged to have offered a bribe.
It is not so much the act of surveillance, but the method used to obtain the information that is cause for concern.
What's the use of intelligence if we can't use it to predict the future?
Attempting to connect the dots, researchers and academics from four SA universities explain the assault on the South African state.
David Mahlobo said civil society is trying to undermine government. Whatever.
The state security minister believes local institutions are being used by foreign intelligence to weaken the state.