Justices, judges and other members of the judiciary in southern and eastern Africa are meeting in Windhoek for the Annual Conference and General Meeting of the Southern African Chief Justices’ Forum (SACJF), which is being held at an upmarket hotel in Windhoek. The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Contemporary Issues in the Prevention of Transit Organised Crime with Special Reference to Cybercrime, Terrorism, Money Laundering, Human Trafficking and Proliferation – The Judiciary’s Response’. Namibia’s Chief Justice Peter Shivute said organised crime, as the term denotes, involveS the cooperation of several persons and/or groups. “These persons or associations organise themselves and activities along the lines of structured and well-managed business entities,” Shivute said.
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