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Sars, Krejcir and the destruction of state capacity

Researcher Simone Haysom delves behind the spin to trace the crucial role played by the Sars investigative unit in just one case - Radovan Krejcir.

Krejcir, the cop and the ‘free’ Hilux

New claims speak of a close association between the Czech fugitive and former officer Joey Mabasa

Regulatory chair gets leave of absence over Krejcir bribe allegations

National Home Builders Registration Council chairperson Brenda Madumise was on Thursday put on leave of absence, following bribe allegations.

Lolly Jackson murder accused granted postponement

Although George Louca did not appear in person, his lawyer Owen Blumberg requested more time from the court to make representations to the NPA.

George Louca goes back to court

Cypriot George Louca, who returned to SA earlier in February, is set to appear in court for murdering Teazers boss Lolly Jackson.

Louca charged with Lolly Jackson’s murder

George Louca is due to appear in the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court on Monday for the 2010 murder of Teazers boss Lolly Jackson.

Lolly Jackson’s alleged killer extradited to SA

George Louca, accused of killing strip-club boss Lolly Jackson, arrived in the country on Sunday morning.

How bodies have piled up around Radovan Krejcir

A blast at a shop owned by Czech businessman Radovan Krejcir is the latest killing linked to the fugitive. We take a look at the list of fatalities.

Bedfordview: Where gangsters shop and shoot

Is upper-crust Bedfordview to the east of Johannesburg really Gauteng's gangster's paradise?

Lolly Jackson’s alleged killer faces extradition to SA

George Luca, the man accused of killing strip-club boss Lolly Jackson, will be extradited to South Africa after losing a final appeal.

Teazers boss claims Lolly had two wills

The owner of the Durban Teazers strip club, Shaun Russouw, claims Teazers boss, Lolly Jackson had two wills, and left him property in one of them.

Suspect in Lolly Jackson murder loses extradition appeal

George Luca, the main suspect in the murder of Lolly Jackson, has lost his appeal against a court judgment ordering his extradition from Cyprus.

Luca case postponed in Cyprus court

The National Prosecuting Authority says George Luca appeared in court and the matter was postponed until the extradition application reaches Cyprus.

Lolly Jackson’s suspected killer caught in Cyprus

George Luca, the man accused of killing strip club owner Lolly Jackson, has been arrested in Cyprus after being on the run since 2010.

Life in the fast lane: SA’s celebrity speedsters

When celebrities and politicians find themselves on the wrong side of the law their excuses are often as colourful as their personalities.

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