REBECCA DAVIS SOUTH AFRICA 15 AUGUST 2013 00:10
The mood in Parliament’s police committee on Wednesday was one of shock and disbelief, even for a group of MPs accustomed to hearing of the failures of the South African Police Service. An audit of criminality within SAPS, announced late last month, found that 1,448 members have criminal offences, some of which include murder and rape. But this week the committee heard that the majority of the implicated SAPS members are from the police’s top brass, and most of them gained their criminal conviction while in the employ of SAPS, yet kept their jobs. By REBECCA DAVIS.
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COMMENTS BY SONNY
The President dictated the crime levels in South Africa.
He is fully aware of crime and corruption on the economy and society.
He is fully aware of the implications of corruption and could possibly condone it?
PERHAPS THE APARTHEID REGIME WAS BETTER...?