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The Constitutional Court on Thursday declared legislation aimed at preventing criminals from using cellphones for illegal activities unconstitutional, saying it did not provide adequate safeguards to render it lawful.

The amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism and its managing partner, Sam Sole, had filed an application to the top court for confirmation of the five orders made by the high court in September declaring the Regulation of Interception of Communication Act (Rica) unconstitutional...

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