Don't shoot down gun control

Duncan, Sheena
September 1999
Finance Week;09/10/99, p23
Comments on the proposed gun control legislation in South Africa as of September 10, 1999. New National Party leader Marthinus va Schalkwyk's assertion that the GunFree South Africa has affected the drafting of the proposed law; Background on the country's illegal gun-related problems. INSET: Firearms debate..


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