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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

Gordhan details attack on treasury

The minister’s affidavit tells of bids to block a Bill that would enable scrutiny of dodgy money

#StateCaptureInquiry: Another witness implicates the Hawks in Gupta collusion

Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor revealed the Hawks had made attempts to quash an investigation into the Guptas

Godfrey Lebeya appointed as new Hawks boss

Lebeya will be taking over from Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata, who was acting Hawks head

Hawks will have a new head by June ― Cele

​The Hawks will have a new head by the start of June, Police Minister Bheki Cele told the Portfolio Committee on Police on Tuesday

Former Hawks head Ntlemeza retires

Former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza has retired, it was announced on Tuesday.

Ntlemeza’s lone battle suffers a setback

After the judgment, Mbalula said he “had always been right” on the correct interpretation of the law.

Up and down like K-Ci & JoJo: Mbalula, Ntlemeza spat reaches farcical new heights

Ex-Hawks boss climbs down in his battle with the police minister — at least for now.

Mbalula: Ntlemeza will be arrested if he doesn’t bring car back immediately

The Hawks boss showed up to work this morning, much to the chagrin of the police minister.

Ntlemeza has a card up his sleeve – he can legally return to work

Not everyone agrees but a new Act suggests the former head of the Hawks can go back to work

The weekly pop sack: A secret, a poser and a burnt Ntlemeza

The Democratic Alliance thought it would strike while the iron is hot and lead another march to the provincial treasury in Limpopo.

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

Mbalula withdraws Ntlemeza’s bid to remain Hawks boss

Berning Ntlemeza was appointed as Hawks head by former police minister Nathi Nhleko in December 2014.

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

Could the chief justice theft have anything to do with Ntlemeza, Dlamini defeats?

Stealing computers from the chief justice goes to the heart of questions about our democracy.

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