Latest articles on Radovan Krejcir

Krejcir implicates top cops, politician in new affidavit

Krejcir has highlighted allegations of torture at the hands of his arresting officers

Lured into the deadly ‘whack house’

In Ministry of Crime, Mandy Wiener describes the way organised crime and powerful political figures joined forces to subvert the law.

Paul O’Sullivan blames legal woes on his attempts to expose ‘Zupta-led criminals’

Before his arrest, O’Sullivan sent e-mails to police threatening to expose alleged corrupt activities by President Zuma and police officials.

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.

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 could have reason for an appeal

Convicted Czech Radovan Krejcir could argue his rights were infringed over legal representation.

Krejcir to appeal 35-year prison sentence

The Czech fugitive, sentenced to an effective 35 years in prison on Tuesday, and his five co-accused intend on appealing their sentences.

High court evacuated during Krejcir sentencing after bomb scare

Sentencing of the gang boss and five others has been disrupted as the Johannesburg high court was evacuated after a bomb threat.

Czech fugitive Krejcir fails in bid to have judge recuse himself

Radovan Krejcir has unsuccessfully tried to have high court Judge Colin Lamont recuse himself – alleging he is part of a conspiracy against him.

Krejcir sentencing postponed to November

The Johannesburg high court has had to postpone sentencing convicted Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir, but for the last time, says judge.

Krejcir’s shadow lurks over Gemballa’s murder trial

While the Czech fugitive from justice is not one of the accused in the case, his presence has been felt throughout.

Court damns Krejcir investigation

A judge has condemned the lies and actions of a senior police officer assigned to the case.

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.

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