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WATCH: Affiliations don’t matter, we are here to find a criminal - Bheki Cele

WATCH: Affiliations don’t matter, we are here to find a criminal - Bheki Cele

2021-10-21 01:00:00 AM

WATCH: Affiliations don’t matter, we are here to find a criminal - Bheki Cele

Minister of Police General Bheki Cele said that the investigation into the recent killing of an EFF and Santaco member has nothing to do with the murdered man’s affiliations.

“The issue here is the problem of diversity, which is not our problem. People talk about the taxi industry, talk about the politics but that's not what we are looking for. What we are looking for is a criminal that murdered a person. It doesn't matter what affiliations or choices of that person. We are going to look around all issues that might have led to the murder of Thulani.

“We went to the crime scene and we do like to raise the issue that alcohol continues to give us problems. Where he was killed, we know that they were having some drinks. So we do need to look at this issue that alcohol sometimes can be a real generator of these kinds of situations,” Cele said.

Video: Jehran Naidoo/IOL PoliticsAccording to the deceased’s family, Shangase was returning from an EFF campaign meeting in the Harewood area on Sunday when he stopped to pick up another party agent. While waiting outside the area of the illegal tavern, Shangase was shot. headtopics.com

In light of the recent spate of so-called political killings, the minister said all voting stations across the country, which are over 20 000, have been profiled and categorised according to its risk level. He said that the majority of high risk voting stations are in KZN.

“There are those stations that are high risk, about 300 of them, that are around the country. Unfortunately most of those that are at high risk are from this province (KZN), Gauteng, Western Cape and the Eastern Cape. So police are planning around that,” the minister added.

He said the police will be working with the South African National Defence Force to help relieve some police officials to ensure voting stations have ample presence. He said not a single station will be without a Saps member.Santaco members also came to the family home to show their support for their late member. Regional chairperson in uMgungundloveu district Bheki Sohkela said that he believed the murder of Thulani Shangase had nothing to do with the taxi industry.

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Bheki Cele to visit killed EFF councillor's family in KZN Bheki Cele will also be receiving a report from the task team currently investigating political killings in the province. LindaStouffes I just want to say a very big thank you, to your company for its transparency. I had doubts at first but seeing I got paid I deemed it necessary to share with the general public and let them know that you are real and reliable LindaStouffes Not so funny now, hey..?

Police to monitor 300 ‘risky’ polling stations, says Bheki Cele after meeting family of political killing victimThe family of the late EFF election candidate Thulani Shangase, who was gunned down in Herwood, just outside Pietermaritzburg on Sunday, want to meet with the two dominant political parties in the area before his funeral on Saturday.

Motive for killing of EFF candidate councillor still unknown - policePolice Minister Bheki Cele says the matter may have been alcohol-related, but the case has been escalated to the task team for political crimes for a quicker response. Mr Cele why don't you blame it on what you always do when you can't find the cause....... racism

Bheki Cele to visit killed EFF councillor's family in KZN Bheki Cele will also be receiving a report from the task team currently investigating political killings in the province. LindaStouffes I just want to say a very big thank you, to your company for its transparency. I had doubts at first but seeing I got paid I deemed it necessary to share with the general public and let them know that you are real and reliable LindaStouffes Not so funny now, hey..?

Police minister travels to KZN Midlands in hopes to calm tensions ahead of local government electionsNational Police Minister, Bheki Cele , is expected to visit the KwaZulu-Natal town of Plessislaer following the murder of a ward councillor candidate last week. Visiting scenes won't bring back the deceased Mr Cele put pressure on the men and women in blue to arrest hitmen in KZN's Political Killings. What a barbaric society we have in SA. Not so fun anymore playing 'Soldier Boy, Soldier Boy' hey EFF FIGHTERS and COMMANDER IN CHIEF..?

It's 'common' to find officers facing criminal charges - IpidThe police watchdog said three of 11 Tshwane metro police officers charged with assault had pending cases, raising questions why they remain employed.