DURBAN, 16 December 2015 - Major General Berning Ntlemeza, the head of the South African police's elite Directorate for Priority Crime Investigations tells reporters that he has submitted a proposal that anyone convicted of being illegally in possession of a gun should be subjected to a minimum term of life imprisonment, which in South Africa is 25 years, before parole consideration. Ntlemeza was speaking at a press conference to launch the police's annual festive season crackdown. South...
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Date: 16 Dec 2015 City/Location: Durban
Country: South Africa
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