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Gambia launches probe into ex-dictator's abuse
Gambia launches probe into ex-dictator's abuse
The West African state of The Gambia on Monday launched an 11-member truth commission tasked with shedding light on summary executions, disappearances, torture, rape and other crimes under regime of ousted dictator Yahya Jammeh....
#StateCaptureInquiry: Hawks demonstrate a ‘pattern of behaviour’
#StateCaptureInquiry: Hawks demonstrate a ‘pattern of behaviour’
The legal team of the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture has noted a “pattern of behaviour” within the Hawks, it said on...
Spooks vet ANC candidates
Spooks vet ANC candidates
A number of spooks are now based on the 11th floor of Luthuli House in the Jo'burg CBD.
[Video]Does Jo'burg need Pagad?
[Video]Does Jo'burg need Pagad?
Pagad - which became notorious for violence in the 90s - says its attempts to help drug-affected communities in Jo'burg have been thwarted by police.
Secret state: How the government spies on you
Secret state: How the government spies on you
The turmoil in the leadership of the State Security Agency has again cast a baleful light on the role and reach of the secret apparatus available...
NIA boss 'not aware that he's resigned'
NIA boss 'not aware that he's resigned'
The director-general of the National Intelligence Agency, Gibson Njenje, has been forced out of his post in a crisis in the intelligence community...
Shout about the 'Secrecy Bill'
Shout about the 'Secrecy Bill'
The decision by ANC MPs, no doubt firmly prodded by Luthuli House and the state security apparatus, to force through Parliament draconian,...
Intelligence boss Njenje could be on his way out
Intelligence boss Njenje could be on his way out
National intelligence Agency (NIA) director-general Gibson Njenje is believed to be on his way out, less than two years after he was appointed by...
Spooks back to their old tricks
Spooks back to their old tricks
'The wars that turned South Africa's intelligence services into a political battleground are over for now: a clear victory has been won, and the...
Zille maintains her calls were being monitored
Zille maintains her calls were being monitored
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille insisted on Wednesday that her telephone calls were once being monitored by the National Intelligence Agency...
NIA says it is not monitoring Zille's calls
NIA says it is not monitoring Zille's calls
The National Intelligence Agency (NIA) on Wednesday denied it was monitoring Western Cape Premier Helen Zille's telephone calls.
Zuma's new spy purge
Zuma's new spy purge
President Jacob Zuma's purge of the security services has claimed its most strategic victim: Arthur Fraser, head of the powerful operations...

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