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Booysen testifies about Gupta visit, why he didn’t tell Ntlemeza

The former KZN Hawks head told the Zondo commission he didn’t report a meeting at the Gupta compound to his then superior

Kgamanyane wasted no time restructuring Ipid in McBride’s absence

Israel Kgamanyane allegedly transferred, suspended or dismissed at least eight Ipid officials during his 18-month stint as the acting head of Ipid

McBride on crime cluster capture

More than 30 people will be implicated by the head of Ipid at the Zondo inquiry

Crime intelligence played reporters

A former Hawks spokesperson claims he alerted the Sunday Times to the fact that it was being used

Sibiya disappointed in NPA after charges provisionally withdrawn

The State provisionally withdrew charges against Sibiya and former Hawks head Anwa Dramat in the Pretoria high court on Monday morning.

State provisionally withdraws charges against Dramat and Sibiya

Dramat and Sibiya were facing charges of organised crime, kidnapping, violations of the Immigration Act and obstruction of justice

Nobody is irreplaceable: Mbalula doesn’t have time for Ntlemeza’s legal woes

The newly appointed minister was speaking at a parade held by the South African Police Service to welcome him and his deputy, Bongani Mkongi

McBride refuses to submit warning statement to Hawks

The IPID chief says the elite police unit's latest move is the culmination of a campaign against him.

Committee that recommended Hawks boss Ntlemeza was ‘ill-equipped’, court hears

The Helen Suzman Foundation and Freedom Under Law want Ntlemeza's appointment declared irrational and unlawful, and set aside.

Charges against Ipid head Robert McBride dropped

The charges came after McBride was accused of falsifying a report by Ipid which claimed Hawks officials were innocent of unlawful renditions

A ‘political witch-hunt’ has cost the police ministry R17.2-million

Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has revealed the amount of money used in attempts to oust three senior Hawks officers and an IPID head.

McBride, Dramat, Pillay claim there is a political conspiracy

The three said the attacks on people working in various public institutions are aimed at undermining the fight against corruption.

Hawks chief ‘helped oust’ Dramat

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

McBride questions evidence that led to Dramat’s suspension

The suspended Ipid head further claimed that there was interference in the case on the part of former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli.

Jiba’s secret unit set on Hawks boss

Prosecutions director Jiba apparently uses a 'go-to guy' to handle tricky political situations.

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