Minister Lamola to receive child pornography report and three other reports from the South African Law Reform Commission
The Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Mr Ronald Lamola, will on Tuesday, 29 March 2022, receive four reports from the South African Law Reform Commission. The reports made allusion to are: Report on Sexual Offences (Pornography and Children), Report on Practice of Ukuthwala, Report into Legal Fees and Report on Harmonisation of Existing Laws Providing for Prescription of Periods.
Minister Lamola will receive the aforementioned South African Law Reform Commission reports at a media briefing to be held as follows:
Date: 29 March 2022
Venue: GCIS – Ronnie Mamoepa Press Room, Tshedimosetso House, 1035 Francis Baard Street, Hatfield, Pretoria
Media Participation: Journalists may view the briefing via live streaming on the SA Government social media channels on the link below.
The South African Law Reform Commission is a statutory body that is empowered in terms of section 4 of the South African Law Reform Commission Act 19 of 1973 to conduct research into all branches of the law of South Africa, to study and investigate such laws and to make recommendations for the development, improvement and modernisation or reform thereof.
Source: Government of South Africa