The rate of crime in the republic of South Africa it's now totally out of hands, with so many women being raped almost each and everyday, people being killed each and everyday, hijacking and smuggling becomes our daily bread, then on the other side police bosses are not getting along.
The main question is that, how will this two then solve crime happening in this country while they don't get along. We are talking about two people who must sit down and come with strategies on how they can solve crime in South Africa.
Police Minister in South Africa General Bheki Cele and National Police Kehla Sitole are not getting along. Bheki Cele made it visible now on the july unrest hearing.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says he does not remember seeing National Police Commissioner Kehla Sitole involved in ensuring stability during the July looting and violence.
It is high time the president of the republic of South Africa Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa take this matter serious because we can't risk people's lives because of two people who are just not serious about their work.
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