Articles getag met: Julian Rademeyer
The seeds of this week’s unprecedented attack on Public Protector Thuli Madonsela were planted just days after she was nominated for the post. A City Press investigation has established that prosecutions boss Menzi Simelane, then the justice department director-general (DG), commissioned legal opinion following an “investigation” which “revealed” that Madonsela had “several business dealings with… Read More »
Damning video evidence has emerged proving for the first time that South African-made sniper rifles are being used in Libya’s bloody civil war by forces loyal to the country’s embattled dictator, Muammar Gaddafi.
The revelations come amid continued refusals by South Africa to divulge the exact details of conventional arms sales to Libya’s repressive government which totalled R68,9-million last year.
Julian Rademeyer, City Press 23 January 2011 An explosive WikiLeaks cable claims that spy boss and confidant to President Jacob Zuma, Moe Shaik, threatened to expose “political skeletons” if Zuma’s corruption trial went ahead. The cable also reveals how Shaik was cultivated by the Americans as a key informant within the Zuma camp. The meeting… Read More »
Julian Rademeyer, City Press 27 March 2011 A chance encounter in a Kempton Park police cell opened the door to South Africa’s criminal underworld for alleged Czech “mob boss” Radovan Krejcir – and introduced him to some of its most powerful and controversial figures. Four years later, two of his closest associates – strip club… Read More »
Strip club boss was approached to give evidence against the Czech Julian Rademeyer, City Press – 27 March 2011 Police consider Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir a “prime suspect” in the murder of strip club boss Lolly Jackson, who was shot dead in May last year. City Press has established that shortly before his death, Jackson… Read More »
Julian Rademeyer, Jacques Pauw and Andrew Trench, City Press The ANC’s controversial investment and fundraising front, Chancellor House, has secured a lucrative stake in the scramble for South Africa’s mineral wealth – a move critics slate as a shocking conflict of interest. City Press has established that over the past six years, Chancellor House Mineral… Read More »
Julian Rademeyer, Beeld 9 July, 2010 Hunting rifles stolen in South Africa are being fitted with silencers and allegedly smuggled into Zimbabwe by a Musina hunter to be used in poaching rhino. A Beeld investigation reveals that ruthless South African hunters and safari-operators are plundering Zimbabwe’s wildlife stocks and making a killing from illegal hunting… Read More »