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A photo taken on on April 10, 2012 shows the chief of the South African police crime intelligence unit, Richard Mdluli, in Pretoria. Mdluli returned to work last week after a suspension lasting nearly a year over charges of murder, fraud and corruption. Last month prosecutors provisionally withdrew all the charges and instead opened an inquest into a 1999 love triangle killing, a process that will take months. Mdluli was arrested last year over his alleged involvement in the 1999 killing of a man who was married to his former lover. This was the same year he was appointed to head the police division tasked with spying on criminals.