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.
The Presidency has affirmed that public police official Khehla Sitole is confronting suspension and has been welcome to present a defense against his suspension to the President. President Cyril Ramaphosa kept in touch with Sitole after reports that the official had baffled a test into degenerate obtainment bargains by the Crime Intelligence office.
National police commissioner Khehla Sitole is facing suspension, according to the Presidency, and has been called to make a case to the president against his suspension. President Cyril Ramaphosa wrote to Sitole following claims that the commissioner had thwarted a Crime Intelligence section investigation into shady procurement agreements.
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.
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.