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Strong ties between SAPS members in the Western Cape and gangs need to be investigated – Winde

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There could be deep rooted corruption and collusion between SAPS members in the Western Cape and gangs. This was revealed in a judgement by the Western Cape High Court earlier this month, with Premier Alan Winde calling for an investigation to be conducted by the Provincial Police Ombud. Winde says the rot within the policing service should be cut from the ranks of law enforcement in the country. The premier is also questioning how much longer the President will allow Police Minister Bheki Cele to maintain control of the police ministry in light of these serious allegations.

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