Ring security acts have been passed in South African parliament.
The bill was passed by a vote of 222-1 and now needs the approval of the cabinet.
It was first introduced in May and was welcomed by opposition parties who argued that the measure was necessary to secure the peace and security of the country.
The law is designed to create a system of security and surveillance in the South African economy and to protect national security, including the country’s borders.
It also gives South Africa’s police and security agencies greater powers to use force to protect the country and its citizens.
The country’s parliament has until January to pass the bill.