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Munusamy denies spook claim

Responding to allegations made at the Zondo commission, the journalist says someone else paid off her car

Attempts to influence NPA decisions by crime intelligence revealed

New revelations about attempt to influence the NPA’s decisions came to light during Lawrence Mrwebi’s cross-examination at the Mokgoro inquiry

More than 230 cash-in-transit heist suspects arrested since April — Cele

Police are cracking down on cash-in-transit heists, Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Tuesday

Editorial: Cele, prioritise cash heists

'​Cash-in-transit heists seem to be a South African speciality. They are now happening at an average of one a day, according to some accounts'

New security minister talks tough on state ‘sabotage’

Minister Letsatsi-Duba intends to conduct a skills audit in the state security department to ensure key positions are occupied by qualified people

Cele takes aim at crime intelligence

The division is just one of the areas in the SAPS that the new police minister wants to reform

‘Captain KGB’ Tshabalala denied bail

Tshabalala’s bail application was dismissed on the finding that he had failed to prove that it would be in the interests of justice to release him.

Suspended crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli ‘relieved of duties’

Mdluli has been on suspension since 2011 with full pay while on trial for intimidation, kidnapping, assault and murder in 1998

Mbalula warns crime intelligence over its own ‘criminal’ elements

The police minister has warned the unit that he is going after rogue elements within it, and that they are not immune to the law.

Why crime rates are more useful than absolute numbers in tracking changes over time

Many crimes in SA go unreported, while some only come to the attention of police through actions such as roadblocks and searches.

Riah Phiyega won’t face prosecution, says NPA

The national police commissioner will not be prosecuted following accusations of her interfering in an on-going crime intelligence investigation.

Fangs bared in Mdluli court flap

The jury is still out for crime intelligence boss, Richard Mdluli.

New acting crime intelligence head placed on special leave

Recently appointed crime intelligence head Chris Ngcobo has been placed on special leave after "discrepancies" in his qualifications emerged.

We are studying Mdluli judgment, says police

Police are "studying the judgment" delivered by the high court in Pretoria in the case of former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli.

High court rules Mdluli charges will be reinstated

The high court in Pretoria has ordered that all charges against suspended crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli be reinstated "without delay".

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