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Suspended KZN police commissioner loses bid to be reinstated

KZN police commissioner Mmamonnye Ngobeni has been suspended for almost two years over allegations she had a "cosy relationship" with Thoshan Panday

Phiyega mustn’t be spared testimony by Marikana survivors and widows – lawyers

The Claassen inquiry failed to adequately cross-examine the suspended police commissioner, victims’ representatives argue.

[From our archives] Phiyega flew too close to the sun

With access to high political power, she believed she was unaccountable and untouchable, writes David Bruce.

Editorial: Root out top rot in public service

Riah Phiyega's removal at least raises the faint prospect of peace.

Police commissioner rejects SAIRR report on SAPS criminality

Riah Phiyega has rejected a South African Institute for Race Relations report on police involvement in serious and violent crimes as "malicious".

#BringBackBhekiCele: Can it solve the police’s problems?

Bheki Cele might be confident that he reduced the violent crime rate during his term, but what does the NDP say about appointing a new commissioner?

Phiyega sends deputies packing

Two senior, qualified Lieutenant Generals axed amid claims that their dismissals are linked to the case of suspended intelligence boss Richard Mdluli

Riah Phiyega: Failure and dashed hopes

South Africans had high hopes when Riah Phiyega stepped into office as national police commissioner last year. Those hopes, it seems, were misplaced.

KZN party unhappy at axing of Cele

President Jacob Zuma's decision to fire Bheki Cele as police commissioner could affect his re-election campaign in Mangaung in December.

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