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If it did not yet exist, a team, or even teams, should have been immediately created to deal with what those pages hint at.Instead there have been squabbles, bickering, legal wrangles, some media attention, and a lot of hemming and hawing.The guns with which the children detailed in the nine A4 pages were shot, form the focus of the now-controversial Project Impi, said to be South Africa’s biggest ever gun smuggling investigation.

But in June 2016 they were suddenly transferred – they believe they were demoted as a result of perceptions about their political beliefs.It also focused on gun thefts from military bases and the possibility that right wingers were stockpiling weapons to be used against the state.On top of that, it probed taxi killings in Kwa Zulu-Natal and its links to Gauteng.– Caryn Dolley is an investigative journalist at News24.Netcare travel clinics is part of Medicross which, in turn, is a fully owned subsidiary of Netcare Limited.

But in June 2016 they were suddenly transferred – they believe they were demoted as a result of perceptions about their political beliefs.It also focused on gun thefts from military bases and the possibility that right wingers were stockpiling weapons to be used against the state.On top of that, it probed taxi killings in Kwa Zulu-Natal and its links to Gauteng.– Caryn Dolley is an investigative journalist at News24.Netcare travel clinics is part of Medicross which, in turn, is a fully owned subsidiary of Netcare Limited.And then, if they knew, would they have the means to do so? So can police officers, who make it through a gauntlet of politics, vendettas and internal friction, and who legitimately work to snuff out crime and clamp down on illegal firearms.