Selebi Trial

Selebi is not faking his illness — lawyer

Convicted former police chief Jackie Selebi's health does not look good and he needs the medical attention, according to his lawyer.

Selebi re-admitted to hospital for second time

Disgraced former police chief Jackie Selebi has been rushed to hospital in a serious condition for the second time this month.

Still guilty: Selebi loses appeal against 15-year jail term

The Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed former top cop Jackie Selebi's bid to have his corruption conviction and 15-year jail sentence overturned.

Time to reconstitute the NPA

Jackie Selebi's conviction has been a victory for the independence of the judiciary, but now the onus is on the NPA to prove itself.

Jury’s out on the worst witness

State and defence pull no punches in their closing arguments in the Selebi corruption case.

Selebi a ‘victim of Scorpions plot’

Former police national commissioner Jackie Selebi "fell victim" to a plot by Scorpions bosses to dethrone him to maintain the status quo.

How Selebi ‘cashed in’ on overseas trips

Jackie Selebi has been accused of laundering money, using foreign currency when he travelled abroad as South Africa's national police commissioner.

The dollars Selebi ‘got’ from Agliotti

Former police chief Jackie Selebi was accused of taking $2 500 from drug-dealer Glenn Agliotti at OR Tambo airport in 2005.

Selebi’s cash ‘in wife’s hands’

Although he was the breadwinner, former police chief Jackie Selebi depended on his wife for cash, the South Gauteng High Court has heard.

The emperor’s new clothes

Former police chief Jackie Selebi cuts a poor figure in the witness box and plays into the prosecution's hands, writes Adriaan Basson.

Selebi hits at Scorpions

The former police commissioner also blames the M&G for his trial and denies that he received money or gifts from long-time friend Glenn Agliotti.

Spy bosses to be roped in for Selebi’s defence

Former top cop Jackie Selebi is lining up four intelligence bosses to save him from corruption charges.


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