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Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa said on Thursday.
“Police will not tolerate criminal acts that are disguised as service delivery protests or labour-related demands,” he said.
Addressing reporters at a later media briefing, he declined to comment directly on reports that the Al Kaida movement was planning a terror attack targeting the England-United States match on June 12.
“You are not going to get any specifics,” he told a British reporter.
“We have prepared ourselves from the pettiest of criminal acts to the largest of anything, terrorism included.
“Those threats have been made; it’s not the first time they've been made.
Burgiesburnin 4/14/2010 12:43 PM If tickets are available for all games except the final, why were no tickets available for the England USA game and why did FIFA say that this game was sold out?
Originally posted by andy1033
reply to post by Kram09
I am explaining to you guys about how the police just make up stuff. If you cannot work this out.....
Originally posted by Freeborn
Raising attention and concern about possible Al-Qaeda activity diverts attention from other goings on in South Africa.
An expert has predicted that South Africa is almost certain to be hit by a major natural disaster, and, it could strike during this summer's World Cup football tournament
Nelson Mandela, possibly South Africa’s most famous citizen and the country’s unofficial brand ambassador to the world, may not attend the World Cup opening ceremony on account of his old age