State Security Minister Dlodlo wants to smoke out information peddlers among spooks

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Minister of State Security Ayanda Dlodlo
Minister of State Security Ayanda Dlodlo
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When word surfaced that the State Security Agency (SSA) paid off some of the country's top judges, that was the work of information peddlers.

This is according to Minister of State Security Ayanda Dlodlo who is determined to put an end to the phenomenon that has wreaked havoc in the country's intelligence services and has caused the SSA to become entangled in politics.

"I would not say that no judge was bought, but the information that was placed at that point was not credible information," she said in an interview with News24.

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