South Africa - as a multiracial country in which the administration of justice is based on a Western model and largely administered by the white section of the population - is often accused of injustice and racial discrimination, especially in the case of capital punishment, and there is continual pressure on the government to abolish the death sentence.
It is almost thirty years now since prohibition on the sale of so-called 'white' liquor to blacks was lifted. Since that time (in August 1962) it was hoped that the illicit shebeener would disappear, but the battle between shebeeners and the authorities has never ceased. Shebeens continue to thrive.
The definition of the term 'white-collar crime' controversial issue which has been researched to some extent by various academics arid criminologists basing their research primarily on the types of crimes, committed by and the professions of the so-called 'white-collar' criminals.