Hawks have revealed that the next arrest they will be making in relation to COVID-19 fraud, will be made this Thursday. This was confirmed by the unit's head, General Godfrey Lebeya in government on Tuesday.
Lebeya told Parliament that their collaborative approach between law enforcement agencies have yielded interesting results.
The announcement made by the Hawks comes two weeks after ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule had warned the unit to stop making him a media spectacle. His warning was a response to media speculation that there was a warrant of arrest issued by the Hawks for him.
The announcement made by the Hawks has caused huge anticipation in the country. "Hawks must stop announcing their moves like this. Element of surprise maan. Tada Cadre you have the right to remain silent!" a Twitter user said.
Finally we will see Khusela Diko pay for her sins. Hawks is dealing with them nicely, now NPA must deliver with convictions which I doubt will happen. ANC crooks will always protect one another, Masina just confirmed that,a tweep speculated.
@Sabza I like this, they are basically taunting the likes of Ace Magashule who are complaining about Hollywood style arrests 😂, we will be watching Mzansiwood live on Thursday. Ayeye !
@Kamogelo_Mabuse Judging by someone's(Mzwandile Masina) tweet yesterday which said "Black people must unite, these arrests are targeting Black professionals and Black business". He may be next or it may be someone he knows... Just a thought.
Speculations are currently made as to who will get arrested on Thursday.
Could it be Ace Magashule, Khusela Diko, Bandile Masuku?
Who will it be?
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