AS IT HAPPENED: Ntlemeza 'basically showed us the middle finger' - Mbalula

2017-04-24 13:30

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has said that former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza basically showed his superiors the middle finger when he reported for duty this morning, and he will respond if Ntlemeza wants to come at him personally.

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Minister Mbalula concludes the media briefing at the Hawks' offices.


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UPDATE FROM NTLEMEZA'S LAWYER: 

Ntlemeza’s lawyer Comfort Ngidi told News24 reporter Mpho Raborife that he has instructed his client to return the official vehicle.

"We have heard what the minister is saying and we have instructed our client to co-operate and return whatever car he might have. We are proceeding to court today, latest tomorrow, to get a court interdict because it seems our client is being stopped from doing his job," Ngidi said. 


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Mbalula touches on Robert McBride who fought his legal battles in court, says Ntlemeza must do the same. 


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Mbalula: "I am not going to have another press conference. I am going to act." 


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Mbalula says he will not leave the Hawks premises until Ntlemeza returns the vehicle he is currently roaming around the streets of Pretoria with.


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Mbalula: "I'm not at war with General Ntlemeza. The law must be respected." 


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Mbalula demands that Ntlemeza returns the vehicle he earlier checked out of the Hawks' offices. 


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Mbalula: "Ntlemeza is not entitled to report for duty or exercise any powers or duties... until the SCA reverses the full court order." 


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