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A brutally honest and unconventional account of life in the Apartheid Police in the five years before Mr Nelson Mandela was released from jail in South Africa. It tells the story of a young cop finding his way on the mean streets of South Africa dealing with violent crime, political uprising and counter insurgency. This is the first book of two and about his training at the Police College. 

Author: Jacobus Kotze 

216 Pages, PDF format. Download link will be immediately available after checkout.

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Mean Streets: Life in the Apartheid Police (Book 1) - Jacobus Kotze ***FREE eBook, 216 pages***

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J.V.d.m.

Sorry have not read it as yet

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B.G.
mean streets

Very interesting, I wanted to get the police's perspective.

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A.E.

It was ok as the author stipulated he is not a writer and it is his opinion but I found it contained not enough information to make it a spellbinding book

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J.P.

Mean Streets: Life in the Apartheid Police (Book 1) - Jacobus Kotze ***FREE eBook, 216 pages***