[LISTEN] Booysen: Hofstatter, Wa Afrika's informants were rogue CI element

Talk radio 702’s Bongani Bingwa interviews former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks head Johan Booysen and former Hawks spokesperson McIntosh Polela about the Sunday Times' apology over the Cato Manor death squad reports.

JOHANNESBURG – Former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks head Johan Booysen says while he won’t defend the Sunday Times he feels vindicated by an apology.

He adds that there were a number of people with agendas who used Stefan Hofstatter and Mzilakazi wa Afrika, who have since parted ways with the paper.

“I have made it clear in the book that I wrote and I have also made it clear in the article I wrote in the Sunday Times that the informants of Stephan Hofstatter and Mzilikazi wa Afrika were none other than rogue elements within Crime Intelligence.”

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