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Hawks fly in the face of Justice, Mail & Guardian, April 2016

In the benchmark Constitutional Court judgment of Glenister II, the majority held that “our law demands a body outside executive control to deal effectively with corruption”. This body is meant to be the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), known as the Hawks. We say “meant to be” because practice seemingly reveals the disconerting use… Read More »