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n Law, Democracy & Development - Should fighting organised crime be a priority as South Africa deals with crime and human rights, and does the need to combat crime justify extraordinary measures that may limit rights?

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Are extraordinary measures against organised crime justified? Is organised crime such a threat, and is its nature such that it cannot be addressed by ordinary measures that do not limit rights? Is it appropriate for South Africa to prioritise it, perhaps to the detriment of the policing of other crime?

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2016-12-04
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