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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".

Solly Lazarus in court for ‘car rip-off’

A sensational charge sheet has implicated the police spymaster in a massive vehicle-buying spree.

Heat on Mdluli as more NGOs hound him in court

Corruption Watch and the Social Justice Coalition have filed a joint application for former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli to be suspended.

Civil society rides to the rescue

The deepening crisis surrounding the reinstatement of Richard Mdluli has one positive dimension: the growing role of activists in shaping governance.

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