Sections of SA's surveillance law has been declared unconstitutional by the high court in Pretoria as it does not lay out any procedures for notifying a person whose communication is being intercepted.  

The court further declared that mass surveillance activities and the interception of foreign signals by the National Communications Centre was “unlawful and invalid”. ..

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