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ANC ponders new role for Cele

2012-05-27 12:17

Johannesburg - Suspended national police commissioner Bheki Cele has discussed his possible return to the ANC national executive committee, should he be fired from the police, the Sunday Times reported.

Cele's spokesperson Vuyo Mkhize confirmed to the paper that his boss had met with a number of KwaZulu-Natal ANC chairpeople.

Regarding Cele's possible return to the NEC, he was quoted as saying: "That question does not arise as long as Cele is still in the police."

Mkhize said on Friday that Cele intended approaching a high court to challenge the validity of a board of inquiry report that recommended his dismissal.

The eNews channel reported on Thursday night that the board of inquiry had recommended that Cele be removed.

It found he lacked the capacity to execute his official duties efficiently and was not fit to hold office.

According to eNews, the board found that his apparent unlawful conduct proved he was unable to hold office. Evidence also suggested there was a questionable relationship between Cele and property tycoon Roux Shabangu.

Comments
  • TSOTSI Smilification - 2012-05-27 12:23

    Birds of a feather flock... Well, if he returns to the ANC NEC then it would only serve to prove and the ANC is a dictatorship. Corrupt and dishonest individuals at the top whilst ordinary South Africans suffer! DOWN WITH THE ANC! VIVA DA! VIVA COPE! VIVA DEMOCRACY!

      altusvanzyl - 2012-05-27 12:37

      tshililo. why a white gevaar? forget about white the majority ib the da is not white. we need change. a better life for all. Jobs for the youth. change your mindset.

      Tsotsi-Baby - 2012-05-27 12:38

      VIVA ANC VIVA DEMOCRACY #POWER TO THE PEOPLE

      Trevor - 2012-05-27 12:38

      @Tshililo-LMAO....is this what the "new" ANC history is being taught to our kids...white gevaar nogal, you STILL scared of the white man????LMAO

      TSOTSI Smilification - 2012-05-27 12:42

      Tshililo - Why do you even comment. Everyone knows you are an idiot!

      tobydt - 2012-05-27 15:04

      International isolation if the DA should lead? Thats funny, because the rest of Africa already hates South Africa, under the ANC.

  • tobydt - 2012-05-27 12:30

    His unlawful actions mean he's not good enough to serve as head of police... but good enough to serve as NEC of ANC.

      Fussed - 2012-05-27 12:36

      Perfect CV for anc dont you think

  • Mantsho - 2012-05-27 12:42

    That painting Zuma deserves it totally, l wish they show his Buttocks too next time, his adminitration does not have a control at all, that is why the coutry going banana.

  • Yar - 2012-05-27 12:53

    How about a new role as a CONVICT. Get him an orange overall.

  • Herman - 2012-05-27 12:55

    No suprise, as the anc is a band of criminals, he should be placed high up. Go cele, go, you deserve a top post in the incompetent and criminal anc regime.

      Zenzile Tshanda - 2012-05-27 13:10

      i think you meant to say certain individuals within the ruling party are criminals, not everyone in the anc is corrupt. there are decent and honest individuals within the anc who've got the best interest for our country at heart.

      Bless Boswell - 2012-05-27 13:16

      Well Zenzile, I would love to know who they are, and I would really like to know how they can bear to work with thieves and cheaters - it must be a real challenge!

  • Bless Boswell - 2012-05-27 13:10

    "It found he lacked the capacity to execute his official duties efficiently and was not fit to hold office." Suddenly its ok to let him loose somewhere else? I give up! Looks to me like the ANC stands for African National CHARITY.

      Mark - 2012-06-13 10:24

      And you know what, we the ordinary people are the donors to that Charity.

  • jimzimbo - 2012-05-27 13:21

    IT must be said of the ANC....They are consistant!!

  • Slick - 2012-05-27 13:22

    Appointed to WHERE??!! Ohhhh the NEC. WOW! THE NEC = NATIONALLY EDUCATED CRIMINALS!! hahah Bheki. The only appointment you deserve is to be appointed Chief Janitor in charge of the Bucket Bogs (toilet) at the PRISON you should rightfully be placed alongside your dearest friend Jackie Selebi. What makes what you involved any less criminal than what Selebi was involved in and he got his JUST REWARDS, and that's a FACT! Is this NOT just the tip of the "ice berg" of what criminalities you always been involved in Bheki?? Amazing that you so delusional that you will be proved NOT Guilty and you believe you will be re appointed as unqualified Chief traffic warden wannabee in Kzn or perhaps the Chief Provincial Car Pool hands - on washing team member. Gosh Bheki you really need mental help sooner than later. But then again will it ever help!!

  • sjhuman1 - 2012-05-27 13:30

    what are these idiots thinking?

      chikunga - 2012-05-27 14:09

      I think you are the idiot

  • Charnelle - 2012-05-27 13:43

    Can they not recruit properly?

  • tricia.sutherland1 - 2012-05-27 13:45

    he definitely fits the profile to be part of the ANC national executive committee

  • Nomfundo - 2012-05-27 13:52

    Bheki must be saved so that the whole of KZN votes for Zuma in Mangaung. Zuma will do anything to ensure that he continues raping the resources of our country until nothing is left.History will judge you harshly Zuma; just look in North Africa what happenned when the masses were tired of corruption and grinding poverty, look no further sir!!!

  • Judith - 2012-05-27 13:59

    Why - he is corrupt and should be thrown out.

  • mundi.joburg - 2012-05-27 14:00

    The ANC condones corruption at the highest level both at home and in the rest of Africa as it supports corrupt murderous dictators with no respect for human rights as with Mugabe, Obiang and Omar el-Bashir. They are just another example of a useless African governemnt which lacks the will or integrity to do the right thing. Unfortunately the masses will continue to vote for them until South Africa joins the rest of Africa's queue with hands out begging from the west while the ANC ensures their grip on power by eliminating any opposition. VIVA ANC... VIVA AFRICA!!

  • Zeke - 2012-05-27 14:03

    I just hope that at the next elections people don't forget what's been happening in our country. I hope they vote for a government that will do its best to represent the masses cause honestly I am tired of reading about the state of our current government and then having to explain to people this side that not all of us agree with the values and principles of the current government!!! And no race has nothing to do with this but a matter of 'are you so oblivious to what they are doing that you will keep voting them in power?!'

  • Conrad - 2012-05-27 14:03

    african thinking again. can't help themselves. jobs for chums again.

  • Dooie - 2012-05-27 14:10

    Always space for corrupt and lazy people in the anc...

  • ian.d.samson - 2012-05-27 14:19

    New role for Cele? How about solitary confinement at Pollsmoor, no rights, no benefits, no contact with the outside world ... for about 40 years or so ... seems to me to be the most appropriate "new role" for that scumbag.

  • tobydt - 2012-05-27 15:01

    That will bring the current count of criminals in the ANC NEC to 30.

  • danny.levin.351 - 2012-05-27 17:15

    Bloody ANC stooges, A judge has found that he has commited unlawful acts. this means that his next role shoud be - THE DEFENDANT (yes, the only right things to do is to charge and prosecute him). After his serves his sentence they can choose whatever else to do with him.

      Mark - 2012-06-13 10:35

      Danny he was charged and prosecuted that is why the Judge gave his ruling. I mean if you and I appear at a court of law the presiding officer is a Judge[High Court] or Magistrate[Lower Court] The only thing left is his sentence, but wait a minute. The ANC has their own set of laws so what do they do ?? Lets remove him from his post and shift him elsewhere.

  • Grace Andtruth - 2012-05-27 17:42

    how about a post doing community service... building houses for the homeless, schools - time he put something back into the community instead of stealing

  • Cameron - 2012-05-27 17:42

    And to think...after all these years of joking around about needing to be a criminal to be in the ANC...its actually TRUE! LMAO!! hahahaha

  • James - 2012-05-27 19:40

    It's headlines such as these that are the reason the whole world laughs at us. Not fir to hold office in the police so the ANCants give him a job on the NEC which in itself is teeming with nepotism, So typical!!!!!

  • jim.dickson2 - 2012-05-28 07:24

    If he is not "fit to hold office" why should he be given a position on the NEC?

      lwazi.sithole.9 - 2012-05-29 08:49

      because Jim. he is a cadre; and as little as that means to either of us; the reality is that he is.

  • lwazi.sithole.9 - 2012-05-29 08:49

    yeah well.. he earned being suspended; yet South Africa did not earn a few of you vilifying the state.

  • James - 2012-06-10 23:34

    Why is it so difficult to get rid of all the political mishaps. Cadre deployment is killing the ANC and it does not seem to stop after all the sick mishaps. Cele, if you are not leadership material then you are not! Please deal with it yourself, away from politics or any public office!

  • John - 2012-06-11 06:44

    He can cut the grass on the street verges, wanker

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