bheki cele

  1. Jan

    Parliamentary gifts disclosed - MTN, Vodacom, and Huawei's gifts to South African MPs

    Huawei's gifts to South African MPs — smartphones, tablets, whisky, and wine Parliament's Joint Committee on Ethics revealed that former communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams holds shares worth R117,875 in Vodacom and MTN.
  2. Jan

    The Crime Holiday in South Africa is long gone - Cele

    South Africa's crime holiday is over Police minister Bheki Cele has announced the crime statistics for the second quarter of 2021, revealing a big surge in most crimes compared to the last two years. "The ‘Crime Holiday’ is long gone, and these figures should action us and strengthen our...
  3. Jan

    South Africa's Minister of Defence vs the US Secretary of Defense

    Simple comparison explains why South Africa's ministers are so bad at their jobs Last week's deadly riots and looting exposed the incompetence and lack of accountability in South Africa's cabinet — especially the crime prevention and security cluster. President Cyril Ramaphosa acknowledged...
  4. Jan

    Shilowa, Shapiro, Brown, Steenhuisen: Ramaphosa must fire Cele and Dlodlo

    Ramaphosa must fire Cele and Dlodlo for failing to keep South Africans safe President Cyril Ramaphosa acknowledged that government was poorly prepared to deal with the public violence, destruction, and sabotage that hit KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. “We must admit that we did not have the...
  5. J

    Police Minister wishes alcohol ban would stay

    Police Minister wishes alcohol ban would stay Minister of Police Bheki Cele has said he wishes that South Africa's alcohol ban could stay in place after the national 21-day lockdown. Speaking to the City Press, Cele said the ban on alcohol sales has resulted in a significant drop in violent crime.
  6. jes

    SA police illegally tapped phone: report

    SA police illegally tap journalist’s phone: report Police have finalised the investigation into crime intelligence officers accused of duping a judge to illegally bug the phones of former police chief Bheki Cele and two Sunday Times journalists
  7. LazyLion

    You can call me "General"from now on says Cele! How about they bring back the idea of fighting crime into the police? Now there is a novel idea. :mad: