To amend the Protection of Constitutional Democracy against Terrorist and Related Activities Act, 2004, so as to delete, amend and insert certain definitions for purposes of alignment with international instruments adopted upon the implementation of the Act; to provide for offences related to terrorist training and the joining and establishment of terrorist organisations; to provide for offences related to foreign travel and attempts to leave the Republic under certain circumstances; to provide for offences in respect of the possession and distribution of publications with unlawful terrorism related content; to provide for authorisation to be obtained from the Director of Public Prosecutions in respect of the investigation and prosecution of certain offences; to provide for the issuing of warrants for the search and cordoning off of vehicles, persons and premises; to provide for a direction requiring the disclosure of a decryption key and the effect of a direction to disclose a decryption key; to provide for the removal of, or making inaccessible, publications with unlawful terrorism related content; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
National Council of Provinces
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