Key points about this bill:
The changes include updating definitions, creating new intelligence agencies, like the South African Intelligence Service and Agency, setting up a National Communications Centre and a National Academy of Intelligence.
It outlines the roles of these intelligence structures, gives the minister power over more regulatory issues, addresses concerns about former intelligence members, and makes additional changes to other laws connected to these matters.
Key features of this bill:
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