Katlholo wins first round

Tymon Katlholo
Tymon Katlholo

The DCEC is arguing that it is investigating corruptive practices by DIS operatives and therefore, to avail the dockets to the DIS would compromise their investigations,” Mfundisi declared. He added that this would be travesty of justice and an immoral act on the part of the DCEC. The country is still reeling in shock as the lead agency in the prevention and fight against corruption and economic crime and the national spy agency cajole in a bloody turf war. Writes Mmegi Staffer RYDER GABATHUSE

This is seemingly one of the biggest turf wars in the land by two powerful security organs, the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) and the Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) supervised by the Office of the President (OP). Interestingly, the turf wars have precedence. Previously, there were incursions between the DCEC and the DIS when Rose Seretse was at the helm of the DCEC with the pioneering DIS director-general, Isaac Kgosi’s team incessantly raiding the graft-busting agency in search of certain files that amongst others implicated the then DIS head.

In one instance, the DCEC purely investigated the DIS DG, Kgosi on allegations of corruption and money laundering amongst others. The unrelenting DCEC kept the DIS at bay at the time, but the turf wars have always been dirty and murky.

Editor's Comment
‘Boraboko’ should face the wrath of the law

Still in Molepolole, a young woman was also reported missing, only for her decapitated body to be found inside in a shallow grave! The issue of missing persons has always been a challenge in our country, and a considerable number of missing persons are unfortunately found dead! Something troubling is the murders related to missing persons, which touch on an array of issues, including the killing of intimate partners, often referred to as passion...

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