It is something which normally happens in the republic of South Africa when someone career is on the line, mostly it is where they expose each other as a way of surviving the career end gunpoint. Apparently the police commissioner of the republic of South Africa Khehla Sithole got suspended from his position because he was found to have breached his duties as a police officer, in terms of the Independent Police Investigating Directorate (IPID) Act, by intentionally frustrating a string of IPID investigations into corrupt procurement deals within the Crime Intelligence environment.
Khehla Sitole, the national police commissioner, has written to President Cyril Ramaphosa, pleading with him to save his position, citing inadequate legal advice and a "conspiracy" to depose him by former Independent Police Investigating Directorate leader Robert McBride. The case revolves around a January High Court ruling that found Sitole and two of his lieutenants, Francinah Vuma and Leonard Tsumane, "breached their duty" by refusing to cooperate with IPID while the cop watchdog investigated a series of shady dealings.
Police watchdog IPID is to launch an investigation into the Anti-Gang Unit, who are suspected of killing a Heideveld father. It was reported that a Jew you officers brutally attacked a 45-year-old man, he was flung in the air and dropped by his head. Angry residents are demanding the arrest of the officers who are behind Schabir Dollie's murder.
Khehla Sitole is National police commissioner of the republic of South Africa. He grew up from Ranks to ranks up until were he is today. General Bheki Cele ia South African politician who is currently the minister of police and a member of National Excutive Council of the African National Congress.
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) has yet to confirm the eight Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) policemen alleged of sjambokking three individuals earlier this month at the Vermeulen pound depot on Madiba Street. According to IPID spokesperson Grace Langa, the perpetrators chose not to come forward, and investigators were unable to identify the eight policemen allegedly engaged in the attack despite a visit to their workplace.
In a matter of minutes, one can be turned from a hero to a villain in South Africa. In most cases, this happens when one will be abusing the office they hold and overnight they are turned into being a nobody. This is what happened to a team of police officers from the KwaZulu-Natal Province.
According to eNCA, National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole has been served with a notice of intention to suspend. Sitole is said to have received a letter from President Cyril Ramaphosa last week, requesting representations as to why he should not be suspended, with sources claiming the letter arrived on Monday.
Two men were killed in a hijack attempt by a police officer in Cape Town. On Tuesday morning, a policeman from the Cape Town Police Station was driving his private vehicle to work with two other occupants. On the way, around 5:20 a.m., four armed men approached him in Mew Way, Khayelitsha, said Grace Langa, spokeswoman for the Independent Police Investigations Directorate (IPID).
The IPID has yet to confirm the eight Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) officers accused of sjamboking three people earlier this month at the Vermeulen pound depot on Madiba Street. According to IPID spokesperson Grace Langa, the perpetrators opted not to come forward, and despite a visit to their workplace, detectives were unable to identify the 8 police officers allegedly involved in the attack.
A man who recognized himself as Shiba shows the hits to the back that he guaranteed were beaten by cops in the Tshwane metro. Photograph: Conveyed The Autonomous Police Office (Ipid) will visit three men on Thursday who guarantee to have been beaten and beaten by eight cops from Tshwane Metro.
Breaking news have reported the suspension notice of National police commissioner Khehla Sitole. According to News24, Sitole received a letter from President Cyril Ramaphosa last week. In the letter, Ramaphosa asked for representations as to why Sithole should not be suspended. However, other sources have indicated that Sitole received the letter was on Monday.
Eyewitness News reported that Police Minister Bheki Cele has conceded the SAPS messed up the management of forensic DNA samples linked to violent crime in South Africa. Redi Tlhabi commented on the tweet, “Sometimes, I think they really hate us. And there'll be no accountability.
A man who identified himself as Shiba, shows the welts on his back which he claims came from a beati
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) will on Thursday visit three men who assurance to have been beaten and sjamboked by eight Tshwane Metro Police authorities. They are moreover endeavoring to recognize the authorities hands on that evening. Pictures and accounts of the setbacks displayed up by means of online media on Wednesday.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/npa-probing-hundreds-of-cases-from-ipid-6423be5f-d0cc-499a-aad7-285bfb3451ac?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1633532910 Johannesburg – The Independent Police Investigating Directorate (Ipid) says it has alluded 1 887 agendas to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for a choice subsequent to finishing its examinations in the 2020/21 monetary year. "It very well may be seen that of 1 478 of references to the NPA the Ipid is as yet hanging tight for reaction, 369 declined to arraign, 34 NPA indicted and six removed," peruses the yearly report.
Cosmo City residents woke up to sheer nightmare after two bodies were found in their streets. The bodies were that of a police officer as well as his wife. IPID is now investigating the incident. The police watchdog said in a statement that a Sergeant and a Warrant Officer from Honeydew police station were driving in a state vehicle when they came across the Sergeant’s wife at a street corner.
Khehla Sitole, the National Police Commissioner, wrote to President Cyril Ramaphosa, asking him to secure his position, citing inadequate legal advice and a "conspiracy" by Robert McBride, a former Director of Independent Police Inquiry, to depose him. The whole case concerns a decision by the High Court of January which found Sitole and two of his Lieutenants, Francinah Vuma and Leonard Tsumane, "infringed" by refusing to cooperate with IPID when a number of shady dealings were investigated by the cop watchdog.
A SECURITY guard was shot and killed after going on a murderous spree over the weekend, killing six people, three of whom were children. Photo:Twitter Grace Langa, a spokesman for the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid), said on Saturday that the guard, who was stationed near Mooi River, shot and murdered a security officer, then dumped and burned his body before leaving in the company car.
Khehla Sitole, the public police officer, has stayed in contact with President Cyril Ramaphosa, beseeching him to save his position, refering to lacking legal guidance and a "conspiracy" to remove him by past Independent Police Investigating Directorate pioneer Robert McBride. The case turns around a January High Court concluding that found Sitole and two of his lieutenants, Francinah Vuma and Leonard Tsumane, "entered their commitment" by declining to assist IPID while the cop watch canine investigated a movement of dark dealings.
Cape Town - The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) has encountered a 9% increment in the quantity of cases it researched in the 2020/21 monetary year. The directorate said the arguments against cops blamed for bad behavior expanded from 5 640 to 6 122. The five territories with the largest number of cases, going from somewhere in the range of 730 and 1 200, are the Western Cape (1 224), Gauteng (1 082), KwaZulu-Natal (763), the Free State (731) and the Eastern Cape (30).
An examination is in progress into the passing of two men and the injury of a third in a shoot-out with police in Phoenix, north of Durban, during the early long periods of Thursday. Autonomous Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) representative Grace Langa said police recognized a vehicle with dubious inhabitants on Northern Drive and requested them to stop.