President re-establishes National Security Council
Cyril Ramaphoa, who will also chair the NSC, says its purpose is to ‘ensure better co-ordination of the intelligence and security-related functions of the state’
President Cyril Ramaphosa has re-established the National Security Council (NSC), which aims to improve intelligence and security co-ordination to ensure SA’s security, the government has announced.
According to a notice in the Government Gazette, the president, who will also chair the NSC, signed the proclamation on February 27. The NSC, which last sat during former president Thabo Mbeki’s administration, was approved by the cabinet in December...