Everyone is asking Acting Minister of Police Siyabonga Cwele (in the absence of his boss away on honeymoon) to identify South Africa’s National Key Points, but the National Key Points Act passed by the apartheid government in 1980, and amended by them in 1984 and 1985, provides the answer.
In Definitions, Section 1, it declares a National Key Point “means any place or area which under Section 2 has been declared a National Key Point”.
All’S fair in love and war, but presenting a united political opposition really is beyond the pale.
No wonder President Jacob Zuma was upset in Parliament last week. He complained bitterly that co-operation between the various opposition parties confused the voters, to the extent that they didn’t know which party was which.