The DA wants to amend the constitution to provide for the establishment of a cyber commissioner as a chapter nine institution alongside others such as the public protector, SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC), auditor-general and the Electoral Commission.

The DA has introduced Twentieth Amendment Bill, known as the Cyber Commissioner Bill, into parliament. It hopes to get support from across the political spectrum for it, though in the past the ANC has been reluctant to support legislation proposed by opposition parties...

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