Your Security in South Africa

Author: Craig B. Roseveare

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Self-Help

Page: 200

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This book is primarily about securing your home against potential unwanted intruders and keeping your family safe. The rise in violent crime affecting my country stems directly from an increase in criminal behavior and farm attacks, resulting in loss of innocent lives in my country. The message in this book goes out to all innocent, law-abiding citizens of South Africa. It is time to take a stand and prepare yourselves against becoming victims of the lawlessness plaguing our country. The authorities themselves face great challenges, numerous obstacles, and insufficient support. As a result, we are losing the battle against all crime and, particularly, violent crime. It is now up to individual citizens to change their mind-set and become unbeatable adversaries of the criminal element. I dont advocate vigilantism or breaking the law in order to achieve this. What I suggest instead is that people need to develop the mental and physical skills to avoid violence in the first place and then, if necessary, use a level of violence higher than that which would be imposed on them in a conflict situation.
Business & Economics

Living & Working in South Africa

Author: Matthew Seal

Publisher: How to Books Limited


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 950

After guiding you clearly through the immigration regulations and paperwork involved, this refreshing book goes on to show you what to expect -- financially, socially and culturally. It gives sound advice on renting and buying property, seeking work and starting a business, and looks at daily life. There are special sections on education, security and retire retirement too, in what is a compelling overview of life as it really is in this rapidly changing society.
World politics

Official Records

Author: United Nations. Security Council



Category: World politics


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