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The Egg Breakers - Counterterrorism in Sub - Saharan Africa

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Author: Jacobus Kotze

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It is not generally known in the West that Africa has a long tradition of counter-terrorism since the 1950s. For several decades Sub-Saharan African states like Colonial Kenya, Rhodesia and Apartheid South Africa regularly defeated terrorism with limited resources. This is a study into the world of counterterrorism and counterinsurgency in Sub-Saharan Africa. He also warns on the lack of solid intelligence in the war on terror from Sub-Saharan Africa and the reasons why it is not as good as it could and should be. This book is not fiction.

Jacobus Kotze

Chantell, sorry I did not see your email until today. You can contact me at Thanks for you comment. It is appreciated and a new version will come out soon. Regards, K


I would like to get a hold of Mr. Kotze via email?I'm busy reading Mean Streets and loving it.Keep up the GREAT work.


Jacobus Kotze

K is a legal professional with more than 20 year's legal & security experience in South Africa & Nigeria. He obtained his B Iuris & LLB in 1997 from the University of the Orange Free State (Bloemfontein, South Africa) and was an admitted attorney in the High Court of South Africa between 1998 and 2006 after which he worked as legal adviser for various companies in South Africa and Nigeria. Before that he was a member of the South African Police for six years where he was awarded the South African Police Medal for Combating Terrorism twice.He is a widower and lives in South Africa. Professionally K is the owner of JKLS Africa, an exclusive legal consultancy specializing in legal risk reduction in African jurisdictions based in South Africa and a frequent speaker on legal forensics on Voice of America. His favorite pastime is Military History and particularly the American Civil War which he finds much less boring than law.

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