Cyril Ramaphosa in Tembisa on Thursday, 29 July 2021."/>
JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa said he got a reaction from National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole a day after the he reported his goal to suspend the top cop.
Sitole is in major trouble for neglecting to help out Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) over claims that he utilized state assets to help the African National Congres (ANC).
This identifies with a High Court governing recently finding that he penetrated his obligations as a cop, as far as the Independent Police Investigating Directorate Act - intentionally disappointing a line of Ipid examinations concerning degenerate acquisition bargains.
The president had allowed Sitole 14 days to express his case and make portrayal with regards to why he ought not be suspended.
Ramaphosa has in this manner delegated a leading group of request to investigate Sitole's wellness to hold office.
Talking uninvolved of a battle field in Tlokwe in the North West, the president said he was concentrating on the police magistrate's reaction.
"Indeed, I have gotten the reaction from the magistrate of police, I'm concentrating on it, I'm giving it thought. That is all that one can say on that matter on the occasion".
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