The body that co-ordinates the activities of all SA's intelligence agencies and collates intelligence information received from it wants to operate on a more independent basis than that proposed in a bill before parliament. 

Officials of the National Intelligence Co-ordinating Committee (Nicoc) made the argument on Tuesday before parliament’s ad hoc committee on the General Intelligence Laws Amendment Bill proposed by minister in the presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni. ..

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