Solly Lazarus

How top cop Lazarus ‘plundered’ spy fund

Crime intelligence boss Solly Lazarus is still facing charges after allegedly using money from a division bank account for overseas trips.

M&G Newsroom: March 4 2013

We discuss police brutality, former crime intelligence member Solly Lazarus and Chris Roper tells us about the South by Southwest conference.

Solly Lazarus in court for ‘car rip-off’

A sensational charge sheet has implicated the police spymaster in a massive vehicle-buying spree.

Acting police commissioner stays put

Lieutenant-General Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi remains acting police commissioner despite media reports of his imminent resignation.

Friends in high places rescue Mdluli

Zuma's allies directly influenced the decision to drop all charges against crime intelligence boss.

Living lavishly on the state’s account

If allegations are true, South Africa's Crime Intelligence Service, accused of blatantly abusing secret service funds, is the country's biggest mafia.

SAPS spy chiefs purged

Only one general in the unit remains in his job. The police are mum on the reasons, but sources say they are linked to conspiracy or corruption.

Top cop failed polygraph test twice

Documents confirm the problematic top-secret security clearance of a senior crime intelligence official.

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