Nkosinathi Nhleko

 
​O’Sullivan, Hain pile pressure on UK ’state capture’ law firm
​O’Sullivan, Hain pile pressure on UK ’state capture’ law firm
Notorious investigator Paul O’Sullivan has given law firm Hogan Lovells two weeks to disclose, in detail, all fees it has earned from work for...
Why it has taken so long to prosecute state capture cases in South Africa
Why it has taken so long to prosecute state capture cases in South Africa
The Asset Forfeiture Unit of South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has confirmed that it is probing seven cases related to what has come to be known as
ANC commission lock horns on monopoly capital
ANC commission lock horns on monopoly capital
The ANC’s Strategies and Tactics Commission for the most part stuck to the resolutions it took at its national policy conference but members of...
Either way, Mantashe to remain in ANC top six
Either way, Mantashe to remain in ANC top six
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has emerged as a favourite of both of the party’s two main factions, with lobbyists for deputy president...
Newly appointed acting Hawks boss was on the panel that appointed Ntlemeza
Newly appointed acting Hawks boss was on the panel that appointed Ntlemeza
Newly appointed acting Hawks head Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata was part of a five-person panel that appointed her predecessor Berning...
Nobody is irreplaceable: Mbalula doesn’t have time for Ntlemeza’s legal woes
Nobody is irreplaceable: Mbalula doesn’t have time for Ntlemeza’s legal woes
Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza’s days as head of the organisation may be numbered if comments made by police minister Fikile Mbalula are anything to...
Editorial: Keep fighting the good fight
Editorial: Keep fighting the good fight
The South African Jewish Board of Deputies takes the South African Human Rights Commission to court over a report it says was tampered with in order...
Breakdown: Courts emerge as main theatre for SA’s political wars
Breakdown: Courts emerge as main theatre for SA’s political wars
The courts are becoming the main theatre of political battles in South Africa as feuding for power and access to state funds in Africa’s most...
A 'political witch-hunt' has cost the police ministry R17.2-million
A 'political witch-hunt' has cost the police ministry R17.2-million
The ministry of police has spent R17.2 million of taxpayer’s money in legal fees on a “political witch-hunt” targeting three senior Hawks...
Nathi Nhleko must resign over McBride Constitutional Court ruling, says DA
Nathi Nhleko must resign over McBride Constitutional Court ruling, says DA
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko should resign following the Constitutional Court's decision regarding the suspension of Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) head Robert McBride, says the Democratic Alliance....
Nhleko: SAPS spent almost R9-million on cars for Zuma's wives
Nhleko: SAPS spent almost R9-million on cars for Zuma's wives
More than R8.6-million of the South African Police Service budget has been spent on luxury vehicles for the wives of President Jacob Zuma over the...
Judgment on Hawks boss matter reserved
Judgment on Hawks boss matter reserved
The North Gauteng High Court on Wednesday reserved judgment on an urgent application brought by the Helen Suzman Foundation (HSF) to interdict...

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