Saps dismisses Alkaeda for links to Al-Qaeda

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One crime intelligence officer linked to the so-called death squad has been dismissed from the SA Police Service (SAPS) for allegedly associating himself with terrorist group Al-Qaeda
One crime intelligence officer linked to the so-called death squad has been dismissed from the SA Police Service (SAPS) for allegedly associating himself with terrorist group Al-Qaeda

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Nkanyiso Mdunge was dismissed on August 20 following a disciplinary hearing that found him guilty of associating himself with Al-Qaeda through a social media post.

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