https://ewn.co.za/2022/08/02/hawk-s-lebeya-remains-tight-lipped-on-probe-into-ramaphosa-farm-burglary?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Head of the Hawks, Godfrey Lebeya, has stayed mum on examinations concerning President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala thievery. Lebeya was tested by columnists in Pretoria on Monday on the headway made in the examination. He joined Police Minister Bheki Cele and National Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola at a preparation on wrongdoing in the country.
As General Godfrey Lebeya nears retirement age, the Public Service Commission is investigating whether he is still in charge of the Hawks. In November 2021, Lieutenant General Francinah Vuma, the head of the police's human resources department, was sent a letter by a whistleblower.
The Police Commissioner has ordered the removal of the chief of the presidential protection section. Maj-Gen Wally Rhoode has reportedly been removed by National Police Commissioner General Fannie Masemola. THE ORDER WAS SIGNED BY THE POLICE COMMISSIONER ON JULY 13TH. Masemola signed the order on Wednesday, July 13, according to TimesLIVE.
An instance of business theft has been enlisted for examination after drugs assessed to the road worth of R200 million were taken from the Hawks office in Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal throughout the end of the week. As per a police proclamation, the presumes took 541kg of cocaine tranquilizes and stripped the workplace.
Date: 29 May 2022 Lieutenant General Godfrey Lebeya, the Hawks' National Head, expressed his displeasure with the Directorate's alleged involvement in illegal operations. Image: IOL The National Headquarters Hawks' National Priority Violent Crimes and Tactical Operations Management Section arrested two high ranking National Headquarters Hawks officials, a Lieutenant Colonel and a Captain working in Supply Chain Management, on May 27, 2022.
Lieutenant General (Dr/Adv) Godfrey Lebeya who is the National Head of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation commonly called the Hawks, commended the work of the multi-disciplinary team whose investigation led to the arrest of an alleged online scam syndicate. In his speech he said to media, “Organised Criminal groups that seek to operate in South Africa should know that law enforcement agencies are collaborating on an international level which one goal, which is to dismantle criminal networks”.
Finally, the Directorate For Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks), have apparently stir from their profound sleep, at the stature of the state catch project, the unit like other South Africans, observed pitifully as state organizations were killed, ravaged and pillaged, however there are glowing signs that under the administration of General.
https://www.facebook.com/136956534616/posts/10160858019274617/?app=fbl Lt-Gen Godfrey Lebeya, the Hawks' national commander, said the matter will be transferred to the Cape Town high court for trial once the outstanding investigations into the fire in parliament earlier this year are received. The joint standing committee on financial management of Parliament, the SA Police Service, the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure, and the SA Heritage Resources Agency were updated on the investigation and repair project following the January 2 fire.
South Africa's elite crime-busting agency, the Hawks, functions with half of its required workforce, with only a fraction of staffers dedicated to investigating complex cases. Despite the severe staff shortages, Hawks boss, advocate Godfrey Lebeya, said the agency soldiered on. On Friday, the Special Investigating Unit (SIU), the Hawks and National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) briefed the National Assembly's Portfolio Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs on the corruption cases within the local government sphere.
President Cyril Ramaphosa said government would spare no effort to nab the instigators of the failed insurrection. This while, a suspected instigator, according to State Security Agency (SSA), insiders sought to clear his name by handing himself over to the police. Hawks head general Godfrey Lebeya said they needed watertight cases against the alleged instigators.
A BMW bought for his girlfriend was seized when municipal officials arrested One of those arrested yesterday morning for corruption in Mogalakwena municipality, Limpopo. Thirteen suspects have been arrested in connection with the alleged embezzlement of tenders in Mogalakwena, Limpopo municipality. The suspects include municipal officials as well as company directors arrested on corruption charges at the municipality's offices yesterday morning.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/04/20/mps-grill-saps-top-brass-over-budget-priorities-living-conditions-of-recruits?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - Parliament's police board of trustees has barbecued SAPS managers about financial plan needs too unfortunate everyday environments of newcomers. It was additionally recently delegated National Police Commissioner Sehlahle Masemola's most memorable appearance before MPs since he was tapped for the gig.
Lt-Gen Godfrey Lebeya, the Hawks' commander, says the unit cannot rule out an inside job in its inquiry into how 541 kilograms of cocaine went from a walk-in safe at the unit's Port Shepstone headquarters in November. After a media conference in Durban on Wednesday, Lebeya told Sunday Times Daily exclusively that deputy national head Lt-Gen Tebello Constance Mosikili, who was tasked to investigate the theft, had written a report into the incident.
TWO greater humans were arrested and charged in reference to the VBS banking scandal. A general of 25 humans were charged withinside the research in step with the police and face greater than one hundred charges. Police spokesperson Colonel Katlego Mogale stated the previous day that humans, elderly forty nine and 52, had been arrested following allegations of corruption and maladministration.
The Hawks CIU (Corruption Investigation Unit) has arrested three (3) more people whom will be joining the rest of the accused, awaiting trial for allegedly looting VBS Mutual Bank. It is said that the pre-arested three, we're previously working at the West Rand municipality, and they were arrested on Monday, the 28th, and are all expected to appear in Court on Tuesday.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/01/hawks-lebeya-another-person-arrested-in-relation-to-instigating-july-unrest?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Hawks head General Godfrey Lebeya said someone else had been captured according to the induction of the July turmoil. Lebeya gave this report on Wednesday at the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) hearings into the boundless savagery.
The Head of the Hawks General Godfrey Lebeya is reported to have confirmed that there was an arrest that was made in regard to the July unrest.He made this revelation on Wednesday when he was testifying at the ongoing hearings of the South African Human Rights Commission. The commission is seeking some answers regarding the unrest which took place in July which led to deaths and vandalism of businesses, warehouses, schools, government buildings and infrastructure.
Medications worth R200 million taken from Hawks workplaces in KZN Source:Twitter An instance of business theft has been enlisted for additional examination following a break-in at the Hawks genuine coordinated wrongdoing workplaces, in Port Shepstone, among Friday and Monday. An estimated 541kg of cocaine with a street value of R200m was stolen from the Hawa offices in Port Shepstone KZN
On the 21 August 2021 The Hawks arrested 10 more suspects in free State for the illegal trade of prepaid electricity known as 'Ghost Vending '. The suspects who are not yet named are between the ages of 34 -54years lld they were arrested between Bethlehem and Senekal. The Ghost Vebding investigation syndicate operates in groups nationally and make a sale between R150 000 to R250 000 per day.
CAPE TOWN - The COVID-19 pandemic has managed a hefty hit to law requirement offices that are confronting limit difficulties because of death and disease. The Hawks, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) on Tuesday informed Parliament's money guard dog Scopa about examinations concerning SOEs and private area defilement.