General Zuma was 'cleared of cases against him'
Mondli Zuma is the new Mpumalanga police commissioner, amidst controversy over his appointment..
Acting National Police Commissioner, Khomotso Phahlalne's spokesperson Hangwani Mulaudzi spoke to Xolani Gwala, saying that the appointment of General Zuma was above board.
We made it very clear that when General Zuma was appointed all background checks were done. He was cleared by the courts on cases against him.Hangwani Mulaudzi, Acting National Police Commissioner spokesperson
Listen to the conversation below:
Below is some Twitter reaction to the above-mentioned interview:
@gwalax The SAPS spokesperson could not answer the questions you put to him about Mondli Zuma and the lost firearm. He just waffled. mxim— Vuyelwa (@LadyMaMvemve) February 1, 2016
@gwalax Keep digging XG, This Spokesperson is so evasive and defensive.— PastorSechaba (@SMothiane) February 1, 2016
@gwalax A Citizen leaving a firearm unattended in a car will land you jail & license suspended. A senior cop gets a fine???— defacto (@defacto69) February 1, 2016
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