Angelique Serrao

Police supplier’s offices closing, but business still running

In April FDA shut down the police's firearm permit system and property control and exhibit management

Battle between police and IT supplier heads to court

​The battle between the police and a supplier that switched off access to critical IT systems last week, has hit the courts

Big name witnesses for SARS ‘rogue unit’ case

Gerrie Nel, Trevor Manuel, Vusi Pikoli will be state witnesses in the SARS 'rogue unit' case

Company involved in Gupta VAT payout previously involved in Moyane nephew scandal

In 2016, Moyane's nephew Nhlamulo Ndhlela was found to have scored a debt collection contract from Sars worth R220-million

P2 – Phahlane, wife, car dealer appear in court for corruption

IPID has alleged that Snyman gave the Phahlanes vehicles which were paid for by a police contractor, who received billions in forensic contracts.

Phahlane, wife and car dealer appear in court on corruption charges

'The Phahlanes and Snyman were all given R10 000 bail and the case was postponed until March 12'

David Mabuza has interim protection order taken out against him

The ANC deputy president has this week been served with a temporary protection order which has ordered him to stop intimidating a local businessman

ANC stalwarts: Zuma must resign as SA president for ANC unity to happen in 2018

The stalwarts said the ANC leadership needed to know the days of unacceptable behaviour with the party's 'tolerance of corruption' were over.

IPID, Hawks raid 7 properties in case against Phahlane, SAPS contractor

The raids were conducted under the direction of the Special Commercial Crimes Unit, and were part of IPID’s investigation into Phahlane.

SITA admits there was irregularity in SAPS tender allegedly linked to Phahlane

Phahlane says the tenders allegedly being spoken about were awarded through the SITA and not the police.

Newly appointed acting Hawks boss was on the panel that appointed Ntlemeza

Matakata, along with Nathi Nhleko, Michael Masutha and David Mahlobo, was part of the panel that decided Ntlemeza was the best candidate for the job

Hawks hit private investigator O’Sullivan with sixth charge

Paul O'Sullivan is the first person in the country to be charged with entering and leaving South Africa on his foreign passport.

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