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Phahlane arrested on new charges linked to R86m blue lights tender

​Former acting police commissioner Khomotso Phahlane has been arrested — this time on new charges stemming from an Ipid investigation

Corruption charges withdrawn against Phahlane

The case was withdrawn after the magistrate dismissed the state’s application for a postponement

Former top cop Khomotso Phahlane and wife back in court

The disgraced former top cop, his wife and a car dealer are expected back in the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in Pretoria

Phahlane, wife and car dealer appear in court on corruption charges

'The Phahlanes and Snyman were all given R10 000 bail and the case was postponed until March 12'

EOH blames ‘forced sale’ of shares for price free-fall

The stock of EOH, an information and communications technology services provider, dropped by 55% on Friday.

IPID, Hawks raid 7 properties in case against Phahlane, SAPS contractor

The raids were conducted under the direction of the Special Commercial Crimes Unit, and were part of IPID’s investigation into Phahlane.

SITA admits there was irregularity in SAPS tender allegedly linked to Phahlane

Phahlane says the tenders allegedly being spoken about were awarded through the SITA and not the police.

Ex social development deputy director general says break-in an ‘act of intimidation’

The National Police Commissioner promised to pursue the matter to establish the identities of the officers who dissuaded him from opening a case.

O’Sullivan wants Ipid to investigate police officers who arrested him

O'Sullivan was arrested late on Monday afternoon and released the same day at 11.30pm.

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