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Northen Cape Immigration Official nailed for alleged corruption

VIOOLSDRIFT, March 25 – The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) anti-corruption unit in the Northern Cape, in collaboration with the home affairs department, have arrested an alleged corrupt immigration officer at the Vioolsdrift border post between South Africa and Namibia. “A project driven investigation ensued when the home affairs’ anti-corruption [unit] approached the Hawks […]

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Officer says former head of Gauteng Hawks instructed him to implicate Mdluli in murder

JOHANNESBURG, March 20 (ANA) – A police officer told the South Gauteng High Court on Monday, that he was instructed by former head of Gauteng Hawks General Shadrack Sibiya to implicate former Intelligence boss Richard Mdluli’s in the murder of his love rival Oupa Ramogibe. Colonel Johannes Du Plessis testified that he investigated the Mdluli […]

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ANC ‘notes’ high court judgement against Hawks boss Ntlemeza appointment

JOHANNESBURG, March 17  – The African National Congress (ANC) on Friday said it “notes” the judgment delivered by the Gauteng North High Court which reviewed and set aside the appointment of General Berning Ntlemeza as Head of the Directorate of Priority Crimes (Hawks). The effect of the judgment is to find General Ntlemeza’s appointment unlawful […]

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WANTED: Wandile Bozwana triggerman named

JOHANNESBURG – The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) on Tuesday asked the public for information that could lead to the arrest of 35-year-old Senzo Mncube, believed to be the alleged trigger man in the murder of North West businessman Wandile Bozwana. “A warrant of arrest has been issued against Mncube, who is from KwaZulu-Natal […]

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Paul O’Sullivan granted bail in Pretoria Magistrate’s Court

JOHANNESBURG, February 16 (ANA) – Forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan on Thursday appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court to face various charges including fraud, extortion and impersonating an IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) officer, Gauteng police said. Spokeswoman Brigadier Sally de Beer said O’Sullivan was granted a R10,000 bail with strict conditions. “The case was postponed […]