Many may not have known but it has been very much revealed to South Africans on Wednesday night that the top bobby Khehla Sithole has been issued with a letter of suspension which could also lead to sacking. What can be remembered is that Khehla Sithole holds the upmost standing in police ranks in the country and he was constitutionally Bheki Cele's leader. This posting of his quiescence was a definite surprise to ultimate South Africans as they didn't see it coming.
All of this notwithstanding might have made the police minister really happy. This is because such a case dates back to earlier January for Bheki Cele
According to verified sources, It's been reported that it was Bheki Cele who asked current President Cyril Ramaphosa to delve Sithole. This is said to be the first act that started all this and ultimately lead to his abeyance.
Bheki Cele might be really happy because he has been half proven to be right with his hypotheticals of Sithole's guilt. What people are now concerned about now is what will he do now that he’s probably going to be suspended.
However, he may have the most highest police ranking in South Africa but they’re also other personal effects that might have led to the moratorium of Sithole but it all started with Bheki Cele. If the moratorium ends up with Sithole getting fired it's pronounced that Bheki Cele might be the hopeful for the job.
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