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Sally Evans

South African discovered dinosaur could help demystify the life of the famous T-Rex

Why a tiny dinosaur from the Eastern Cape is making waves for the T-rex family

Lord Hain’s Zimbabwe hypocrisy

The British peer and anti-corruption campaigner, who spoke out against state capture, is doing business with some controversial characters

Free State IT staff transferred in favour of politically connected company

A whistleblower claims the provincial Department of Police, Roads and Transport's IT unit is in disarray after an alleged purge of experienced staff.

The Smuggler, The Spook and The Grabber

A Hawks sting operation to nab the importers of a high tech bugging device might have landed more than the detectives bargained for.

Forensic supply firm wins R30m SAPS contract despite ‘contravening tax law’

A suspended police colonel says current acting national commissioner Khomotso Phahlane is responsible for procurement abuses under his watch.

SAPS suspends colonel who blew whistle on Phahlane

The head of East London’s local criminal records centre, Colonel Sandragasen Moonsamy, has been formally suspended

Hawks chief ‘helped oust’ Dramat

An ex-Ipid investigator has made startling new claims amid fears of his "powerful" foes in the unit.

Hawks chief ‘helped oust’ Dramat

An ex-Ipid investigator has made startling new claims amid fears of his ''powerful'' foes in the unit.

Claws out over Cats unit

A Hawks unit meant to protect the state from coups is probing the taxman and SAA. Why?

Claws out over Cats unit

A Hawks unit meant to protect the state from coups is probing the taxman and SAA. Why?

Krejcir could have reason for an appeal

Convicted Czech Radovan Krejcir could argue his rights were infringed over legal representation.

Krejcir could have reason for an appeal

Convicted Czech Radovan Krejcir could argue his rights were infringed over legal representation.

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