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Busisiwe Mkhwebane Has Finally Responded To Bheki Cele Allegations...

Durban – The Office of the Public Protector has denied claims by Police Minister Bheki Cele that Busisiwe Mkhwebane had made endeavors to take the agenda of one individuals captured for the July agitation from the specialists.

This was the agenda of Zamazwazi Majozi who is known as Sphithiphithi Evaluator via web-based media.

Majozi was captured as one of the supposed provocateurs of the July turmoil and is as of now suing the police serve for loss of pay following her capture because of charges of affecting the distress. She has additionally carried the matter up with Mkhwebane's office.

Cele told the South African Human Rights Commission during its hearings in Durban On Friday about the endeavor by Mkhwebane.

The clergyman told SAHRC officials Andre Gaum, Chris Nissen and Philile Ntuli that Mkhwebane had made a fruitless endeavor to get police to give her Majozi's agenda.


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He added that Mkhwebane and Majozi had drawn in on political issues and that the police felt that Mkhwebane should not be meddling with an agenda still under the watchful eye of the courts.

The Public Protector's Office on Saturday denied the cases made by Cele.

"It's false that we mentioned the agenda. We're exploring whether the Hawks followed fair treatment and agreed with relevant administrative system, including court orders when affecting hunt, seizure, capture and confinement. It's claimed in a grumbling that they mishandled their power.

"We requested, bury alia, pertinent standing requests, guidelines, directions, Occurrence Book sections, body receipt, court orders, court order duplicates and so on, not proof in the ownership of the Hawks, as asserted and sold. We can't decide the supposed maltreatment without these," said Mkhwebane's office.

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