Summary: Johannesburg: Eight South African police officers will appear in court on Monday charged with the .
What does SAP stand for?
SAP stands for South African Police
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- Soon As Possible
- South African Party
- South Asia Partnership (Canada)
- Sozialistische Arbeiter Partei (pre-Hitler Germany)
- Spatial Adaptive Processing
- Special Access Program (US DoD)
- Special Additional Precautions
- Special Applications Procedure (Cisco)
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- Special Assistance Plan
- Special Assistant to the President
- Specific Amplicon Polymorphism
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: The lead investigator in the case against Oscar Pistorius faces attempted murder charges himself, South African police have said.
The 2010/2011 Service Delivery Provincial Monitoring and Oversight reports for the South African Police Service has revealed that Koster was the only police station among the 76 police stations in the North West Province to have involved stakeholders in determining its policing priorities.
She has told South African police that he called it off days later.
South African police re-opened their investigation into a controversial arms deal to find out what their investigations have uncovered about allegations of corruption in the 1999 deal for 26 JAS (2.
Campbell told judges in her testimony on Thursday that the men gave her a pouch containing two or three "dirty-looking stones", which South African police have since identified as rough diamonds.
Summary: JOHANNESBURG, June 20, 2010, SPA -- South African police are investigating a case of attempted murder in the shooting in Johannesburg of an exiled Rwandan general who is accused of terrorism in his homeland, AP reported.
These officers are experienced in policing football matches in the UK and will act as a direct link into the South African Police Service to ensure that it's a safe and enjoyable event for everyone.