Suspended police commissioner Riah Phiyega's troubles seem to be far from over.
Phiyega has reportedly been found guilty of fraud, perjury and misconduct. This makes her the third police commissioner in post democracy not serving full terms. Her two predecessors were dismissed for dishonesty.
While government is adamant there’s no crisis in the SAPS, what are we to make of the its leadership? John Robbie poses this question to Senior Researcher at the Centre for the Study of Volence and Reeconciliation, Themba Masuku.
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Riah Phiyega's troubles continue to mount
702's Xolani Gwala on Wednesday spoke to Francios Beukmann, Chair of the Parliamentary Police Portfolio Committee, about MPs' recommendation of a board of inquiry into provincial police commissioners' support of Phiyega.
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...that's the issue in relation to ensuring that there's accountability.— Francios Beukmann, Chair of Parliamentary Police Portfolio Committee