Cele inquiry report due soon

2012-05-10 09:04

Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma will soon receive a report of the inquiry into suspended national police commissioner Bheki Cele's fitness to hold office, The Times reported on Thursday.

The inquiry has been completed. It received 25 submissions via e-mail, one delivered by its author, and two submissions through the post, inquiry spokesperson Bongiwe Gambu said.

Zuma established the inquiry in November last year to investigate Cele's fitness to hold office and allegations of misconduct relating to two leases for police office space.

  • grant.hide - 2012-05-10 09:34

    No report required, just open your eyes.

      Gestoffle - 2012-05-10 10:23

      @getafix - I dont know if he has the intelligence to do that....those blinkers might be too difficult for him to take off.

  • Jacques Pretorius - 2012-05-10 09:46

    Was this report send by snail mail! He was unfit the day he opened his eyes!

  • Innocent - 2012-05-10 10:32

    Bheki Cele what have done was human erra,as he was approaching world cup police offices ergent needed,that why he sign two lease agreement unforeseen.we need him unlike Mr Mdluli who got protected by President and minister.

      Gestoffle - 2012-05-10 11:11

      The above comment is what this country is about...this bloke has a good chance of becoming president.

      Alan - 2012-05-10 11:56

      Agreed, Gestoffle. When you are in charge, you read every document carefully before you sign it, ESPECIALLY when millions of rands are involved. Innocent my foot. If you believe that, Innocent, you also believe in the tooth fairy. Get real man.

  • Phumi - 2012-05-10 10:36

    We do not care what this kangaroo court has to say! Cele is fit and proper to hold his job! What we know that the Police do not sign lease agreements it is the department of Public Works that do! As it has been shown that they are corrupt to the core. There only thing Cele did was not to allow those in power use him to secure narrow political victories using state machinary! Cele's crime was him being loyal to the republic and not to an individual like the one who has just being fired who was chief of intelligence did. Viva General viva!

      Gestoffle - 2012-05-10 11:25

      Phumi says he doesn't care about the kangaroo court here on news24....but HIS little kangaroo court says he is he must be innocent then! Lets not waste time then, the court has decided. Who cares about evidence anyway hey? The thing is people, ANC supporters will still support their own no matter how corrupt they are....and that my friends is why this country will never come right. I don't mean to be pessimistic, but i know when the writing is on the wall.

      ntunjab - 2012-05-10 11:38

      Hahahahaha Judge Phumi,u so dumb!

      Piet - 2012-05-10 11:45

      You have to introduce me to your dealer....Seems like he can get some good stuff!

      Gestoffle - 2012-05-10 12:09

      I have an idea, lets all break into another language - Russian, spanish, portuguese, this language above........ We have a "bright" and we have a "spark", if you concatenate the two wadda you get innocent? whhhhhaaaaattttttt dooooooo yoooooooouuuuuuu ggggggeeeeeetttttt?

      Maredi - 2012-05-10 14:00

      You sound very Zulu!!!

  • Misheck - 2012-05-10 10:56

    Gen Cele can deliver the goods. Must keep his job...the most effective policeman in RSA to date.

      Gestoffle - 2012-05-10 11:29

      "the most effective policeman in RSA to date." I would hate to think when he is busted for corruption; what you would then be saying for the other policemen. FFS there are some mindless individuals in this world. I would rather just STFU until the report is done.

      Vernon - 2012-05-10 11:35

      maybe the stolen goods.

      Gestoffle - 2012-05-10 12:27

      @Vernon & @leonard - very good and funny comments!

  • mabandla.magoqwana - 2012-05-10 11:25

    they can found him not to be fit for that position, he is already lined up for another post somewhere or being ambassador what a shame .....

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