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FDA threatens to 'collapse criminal justice system'
FDA threatens to 'collapse criminal justice system'
A supplier to the police alleged to have bribed former acting police commissioner Khomotso Phahlane threatened to bring the criminal justice system...
'Captain KGB' allegedly poisons himself in prison
'Captain KGB' allegedly poisons himself in prison
Former crime intelligence officer Morris "Captain KGB" Tshabalala allegedly poisoned himself on Friday afternoon while detained at Kgosi Mampuru II...
Cele takes aim at crime intelligence
Cele takes aim at crime intelligence
New Police Minister Bheki Cele says a cleanout of the South African Police Service’s (SAPS’s) Crime Intelligence (CI) division, whose resources...
Contractual spat puts justice system in peril
Contractual spat puts justice system in peril
On April 6 2012, 15-year-old Don Steenkamp stormed into the Griekwastad police station, his face, hands and shirt covered in blood.
DA confirms criminal case opened against De Lille
DA confirms criminal case opened against De Lille
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has confirmed that the South African Police Service (SAPS) has opened a criminal case against Cape Town Mayor...
SAPS has fired 'Captain KGB' Morris Tshabalala
SAPS has fired 'Captain KGB' Morris Tshabalala
Former crime intelligence officer Morris "Captain KGB" Tshabalala has been dismissed from the police service days after he was arrested for...
In danger or not, all mayors may have bodyguards
In danger or not, all mayors may have bodyguards
Every mayor and municipal council speaker in South Africa is now eligible for council-funded bodyguards without any requirement to first determine...
New Prasa boss faces tough job
New Prasa boss faces tough job
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) is facing another year of losses, according to its recently appointed interim chief executive,...
Fortress eThekwini
Fortress eThekwini
Civil society organisations in Durban are concerned that soon-to-be-adopted eThekwini metro council rules limiting the flow of information from...
Timol inquest highlights striking similarities to present day South Africa
Timol inquest highlights striking similarities to present day South Africa
Judge Billy Mothle presiding over the reopening of the Ahmed Timol inquest last week ruled that the death of Timol in 1971 at John Vorster Square...
Editorial: Cops are shooting down democracy
Editorial: Cops are shooting down democracy
In the Western Cape, a child is shot in the mouth by a police officer. Horrifying images are repeated all over the internet.
Editorial: Beware deputy top cop's fascism
Editorial: Beware deputy top cop's fascism
In mature democracies, a period of disorder is usually followed by the “law and order” party’s victory at the polls. Politicians promise a...

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