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Hawks probe top cops

Krejcir's network could extend to police and Balkan drug smugglers.

Cele scolded by Parliament

The national police leadership received a rubbishing from Parliament's portfolio committee on police on Tuesday.

Study on police crime ‘misleading’, says Mthethwa

An SA Institute of Race Relations study on South Africa's corrupt police is "misleading", Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa said on Monday.

Murder rates highest in rural areas, survey shows

Nine of the 10 municipalities with the highest murder rates in SA are in rural areas, the SA Institute for Race Relations said on Wednesday.

Cele: No excuses for ineffective policing

Gauteng police have no excuse not to attend to a crime timeously as they now have more resources, police chief Bheki Cele said on Wednesday.

Giving is the greatest gift of all

It may help people sleep better at night to think that a British husband might have organised for his Swedish-born wife to be killed in South Africa.

Not the criminals of the year

Although crime remains a serious concern, the South African Police Service shared some of its lighter moments of 2010 with the public.

Race, class and the Dewani case

The Anni Dewani case has gripped the nation and created a media frenzy. Of course we can't come to any final conclusions.

How the Disney dream died

There once was a place where neighbours greeted neighbours in the quiet of summer twilight.

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Eastern Cape fails tracing and testing

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