Hugh Glenister

State machinery employed for nefarious political purposes

Lawlessness moves like a cancer through the constitutional body of South Africa.

Cops in brash raid on Zuma critic Glenister’s home

Police smashed their way into Hugh Glenister's house after a drug "tip-off" from crime intelligence.

Concourt: Hawks not sufficiently independent

The Constitutional Court has agreed that the legislation governing the Hawks does not provide adequate independence for the corruption-busting unit.

‘Unconstitutional’ SAPS Act, Hawks independence goes to Concourt

The battle to ensure the separation of the Hawks from the police, in a case stemming from 2008, continues in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday.

Court orders Parliament to fix SAPS Act again

The high court in Cape Town has told Parliament to fix sections of the SAPS Amendment Act, again.

Hawks’ Mdluli probe finds second secret slush fund

The Hawks have uncovered another secret police bank account linked to Richard Mdluli, through which "vast sums" were allegedly illegally siphoned.

Glenister: ‘Hawks must fly free’

Anti-corruption unit, the Hawks, should be free of political meddling, says Hugh Glenister at the public hearings on the police Bill in Parliament.

Glenister trashes SAPS Bill amendments

Businessman Hugh Glenister has slammed the SAPS Amendment Bill, saying it was inadequate and will not protect the Hawks from political interference.

Radebe stumbles on why ConCourt review is needed

Justice Minister Jeff Radebe has been unable to explain the specific challenges to South Africans that necessitate a new assessment of the judiciary.

Manyi: Govt studying Glenister judgement

Government is studying the Constitutional Court judgement on the independence of the Hawks, Jimmy Manyi said on Thursday.

Scorpions disbanding unconstitutional

Hawks 'insufficiently insulated from political interference', says Concourt

Hawks say fight against corruption continues

The Hawks will continue their corruption fight while rectifying legislation in line with a ruling they were vulnerable to political interference.

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KZN teacher educators jet off to Columbia University

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New-style star accretion bursts dazzle astronomers

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2020 risk outlook: Use GRC to build resilience

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MTN voted best mobile network

An independent report found MTN to be the best mobile network in SA in the fourth quarter of 2019.