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Why spies are flocking to Mangaung

The Crime Intelligence Service has been deployed at the ANC's conference, leaving the country wide open.

‘Mdluli cops bugged Cele’: Security chiefs slug it out

Richard Mdluli and Bheki Cele have become proxies in different ANC factions' battle for political control of key state security agencies.

Friends in high places rescue Mdluli

Zuma's allies directly influenced the decision to drop all charges against crime intelligence boss.

The Mdluli dossier

Read the secret Crime Intelligence Division report which outlines alleged abuses of its funds by division head Lt-Gen Richard Mdluli.

President Zuma’s phalanx of praetorian guards

Spy boss Richard Mdluli, whom Jacob Zuma "owes for his acquittal on rape charges", has emerged as part of a complex network "guarding" the president.

Politics of paranoia: How JZ is winning the spy battle

A suspended top spook's 'sponsored' comeback pits spy vs spy in a dirty battle to gain the upper hand before the ANC elective conference in Mangaung.

Living lavishly on the state’s account

If allegations are true, South Africa's Crime Intelligence Service, accused of blatantly abusing secret service funds, is the country's biggest mafia.

SAPS spy chiefs purged

Only one general in the unit remains in his job. The police are mum on the reasons, but sources say they are linked to conspiracy or corruption.

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Combatting wildlife crime in Southern Africa activity annual programme statement (APS) No. 04

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