Shadow Minister of Police, Zakhele Mbhele, said the Democratic Alliance stood up for ALL murders in South Africa, including those of women, children, people in the townships, farmers and farmworkers.
Between 2013 and 2016, millions of rands from the Police Department’s budget was used to buy lavish cars for Jacob Zuma’s wives.
“The suspension of Ngobeni is a laudable step towards ensuring accountability for her alleged misconduct and in so doing, restoring some semblance of integrity within the SAPS,” said Mbhele.
Ngobeni, who has been the subject of considerable controversy, is believed to have been involved in supply chain corruption.
The DA statement comes in the wake of a series of highly publicised murder cases, where woman have been brutally murdered.
Urgent action needs to be taken to stop the xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals living in KwaZulu-Natal, said the Democratic Alliance (DA) on Friday. This, after it was reported three people were killed and hundreds others forced to flee their homes in a week of xenophobic tension. “It is reported that hundreds of foreign nationals…