Another South African top is reported to be in hot soup after he was served with a notice of suspension. The National Police Commissioner Mr Khehla Sitole is reported to be the top cop who was served with intention to suspension by the President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Commissioner Khehla is reported to have received the notification on Monday.It is alleged that the Commissioner violated the Independent Police Investigating Directorate Act. He is alleged to have interfered with some investigations regarding some top corruption investigations .The national spokesperson Brigadier Vish Naidoo would reportedly not comment on the issue.Since this is still a developing story , more details will be made available as soon as they are made available.
It is unknown how long the suspension will be and whether the National Commissioner will do something to avoid the suspension. What does this development make you feel regarding the South African police ?
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