Cele inquiry calls for more submissions

2012-04-16 18:50

Cape Town - The board of inquiry into the alleged misconduct of suspended national police commissioner Bheki Cele on Monday called for further public submissions.

"Members of the public are still encouraged to make submissions," spokesperson Bongiwe Gambu said.

The board, chaired by Judge Jake Moloi, completed public hearings earlier this month. Gambu said it was now working through "thousands of pages" of evidence, arguments and public submissions.

It must prepare a report to President Jacob Zuma and Parliament on Cele's fitness to hold office and allegations of misconduct relating to two leases for new police headquarters in Pretoria and Durban, which the public protector declared unlawful.

The team leading evidence against Cele has called for his dismissal, but he has denied any wrongdoing.

The addresses for public submissions are, or Rules Board, Die Meent Building, 227 corner of Andries and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria.

  • Mike Purchase - 2012-04-16 19:11

    This is africa proof is in the bullet.

  • Rob - 2012-04-16 20:28

    I submit that there is so much sh*t around this man (and his cronies) that no matter what the legal outcome, they are all unfit to hold any public position, in particularly any position that holds the public trust.

  • Athoko Shasha - 2012-04-16 20:29

    Shabangu ddnt even own de building bt bought it on de basis dat he would be awarded de tender. Cele is nt fit 2hold a high level post like dat.He doesn't even have credentials 2hold dat post 2begin with. He was appointed 2dat post bcuz of his politics connections.

  • Andrew - 2012-04-18 07:41

    What a lot of puppets all waiting for their strings to be played. No person seems to be able to decipher between right and wrong in this case a judge. Case number 3, Malema, Mduli and now Cele.

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