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Glynnis Underhill

Petros’s blind eye

Fourteen Hawks are implicated in cases involving murder and torture, but the Western Cape police commissioner hasn't taken any action.

Crime up, confidence down

Crime figures released this week show that the overall crime rate increased in 2008-09 by 0,3% after steady decreases in the preceding four years.

SABC: Sihlali’s dodgy deals

A report by the auditor general has revealed former SABC chief executive and its legal head signed off a R1,7-billion deal without authority.

Financial calamities haunt SABC

Due to a lack of controls by the finance department at the SABC, its employees splurged millions this year on excessive petrol-card expenditure.

SABC board choices ‘political’

Opposition parties say nominations for the new SABC board are like a 'kick in the face' and are clearly political.

Secrecy shrouds Maqubela murder

Patrick Ntobeko Maqubela was found dead on Sunday June 7 and the mystery surrounding the motive for the murder is still unsolved.

Legal rows stall Cape housing progress

The battle over the transfer of more than 1000ha of prime Western Cape land to the Housing Development Agency is delaying a range of housing projects

Eagle eye on Hawks members

Fourteen police officers working at the elite Hawks investigating unit in Cape Town have been implicated by the ICD in the murder of a 24-year-old man

Radebe, Ngcuka and the mysterious death of a judge

The mystery surrounding the seemingly violent death of acting Cape High Court judge and ANC struggle hero Patrick Maqubela continues to deepen.

Future of SABC’s global channel uncertain

SABC management recently recommended to the broadcaster's interim board that the channel either be scaled down or closed.

The Cape of heists

The incidence of cash-in-transit heists has increased dramatically in Cape Town, but police are still unable to provide statistics.

‘Harassment’ forces SABC3 boss to quit

Yet another SABC executive has left the broadcaster, after allegedly being subjected to "continual plotting and harrassment".

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