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Byline: WILSON JOHWA
Zuma tapes 'show laws on interception are weak' Calls for serious safeguards of the possession of secret information Political Correspondent AFRICAN National Congress (ANC) president Jacob Zuma can now breathe easy, but the use of intelligence tapes in clearing him has raised questions of concern it has exposed weaknesses in SA's legislation on the interception of communication, says former intelligence review commission chairman Joe Matthews.
He said there was need for serious safeguards not just in the use of communications interception, but also in the possession of such information. The absence of proper regulations means when an …