Cele: Bulelani Qholani’s case a top priority
The community said politicians have failed to deliver on promises before.
Cele and the Western Cape provincial police commissioner visited the Ethembeni community.
This comes after law enforcement officers this week demolished four structures because they were illegally erected on city-owned land in the area.
During the operation, Qholani was hauled out of his home naked, sparking widespread outrage.
A member of the Khayelitsha Community Action Network Axolile Ntyowala said: “We’re not naïve. Politicians have made promises before. The next step for us will be to engage with them so that we can provide all the necessary evidence.”
Qholani has laid criminal charges against the law enforcement officers. Cele has told the community the case is a top priority.
Ntyowala called for City of Cape Town officials to be held accountable.
“Law enforcement officers are receiving orders. Those who give orders must be prosecuted.”
The City has launched an internal investigation, as well as an external investigation. Four law enforcement officers have been suspended.
This article first appeared on EWN : Cele: Bulelani Qholani’s case a top priority
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