On Monday, chairperson of the South African Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Police, Tina Joemat-Pettersson called for urgent strategies to fix challenges facing the South African Police Service at its SAPS stores, and immediate disciplinary measures against any police officers found to have been involved in the loss of firearms. This, News24 reports, as almost 160 firearms were lost at the Norwood police station in Johannesburg. Joemat-Pettersson, through the committee, also called for the modernisation of the Central Firearms Registry and raised concerns over SAPS’ overall administration of firearms.