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Mdluli found guilty – but only for kidnapping, assault

The alleged ally of former president Jacob Zuma and has been accused of being a key figure in the alleged capture of the criminal justice cluster

Breytenbach: Price of applying the law

The prosecutor took on the corrupt crime intelligence unit head and was suspended

Cops take 12 years to take statement on former intelligence boss Mdluli dockets, court hears

Former crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli appeared in court today in relation to kidnapping and murder charges from 17 years ago.

Mdluli lives in comfort, while murder trial witness lives in fear

A witness in the Mdluli trial is a virtual prisoner while the man she accuses gets paid to stay home

Richard Mdluli ‘anxious’ to return to work again

Now that suspended crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli won't be prosecuted for the murder of Oupa Ramogibe, he is ready to go back to work.

Mdluli case: Traumatised family breaks down

The inquest into the murder of Oupa Ramogibe has been a harrowing ordeal of double victimisation for family members who have given evidence.

Cop says motive for Mdluli love rival remains a mystery

The motive for the murder of suspended crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli's love rival remains a mystery, a police officer testified in court.

Testimony delivers evidence against Mdluli in inquiry

Oupa Ramogibe was driven to the place where he was shot and killed in suspended crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli's car, court has heard.

Richard Mdluli’s lawyers tear into testimonies

Defence lawyers representing Richard Mdluli put heavy pressure on inquest witnesses at the Boksburg Magistrate's Court this week.

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