This collective agreement serves as a milestone in the planned process of transforming saps from a body that had an unnecessary and inflated structure into one that will focus its role on its police mandate, where crime takes place. Through these commitments and conclusions, we can create an enabling environment in which we participate in research processes to determine the feasibility, validity and sustainability of different elements and possible future agreements of this type. Media Enquiries: Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo – 082 567 4153 Spokesman for the National Commissioner In addition, each detainee must serve at least two-thirds of his sentence before being considered for parole. . . .