The “art” scene is not safe from infiltration by organised criminal groups that have no regard for the real value of these collector’s items. Read Servamus’s article from p39 about how art and cultural artifacts are traded for a range of illegal commodities, including firearms and drugs.
Servamus subscribers stand the chance of winning a BYRNA Less-lethal firearm (no need for permits). Turn to p31 of Servamus: December 2020 to find out what you need to do to win this awesome prize worth R7500!
Corruption ensures a flourishing illegal wildlife trade. Read the article published in Servamus: December 2020 from p26 to read about the drivers for this type of crime.
It is with deep regret and much sadness that I learnt of the passing of W/O Herman de Bruin on 7 September 2020. He joined SAP during 1965 in Pietermaritzburg and was later posted to Inchanga where he spent seven years, before spending 12 years at Prestbury. W/O De Bruin was later posted to Pietermaritzburg Central for over 12 years before his retirement in 1997 after 38 years of meritorious service.