Court interdicts Al Jama-ah from ‘defaming’ Shadrack Sibiya

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The judge said Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s 2018 investigation had found that the anonymous allegations that Sibiya’s appointment was improper and irregular were unsubstantiated. Photo: Rosetta Msimango/City Press
The judge said Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s 2018 investigation had found that the anonymous allegations that Sibiya’s appointment was improper and irregular were unsubstantiated. Photo: Rosetta Msimango/City Press

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The Johannesburg High Court has granted an interdict in favour of Shadrack Sibiya, the former head City of Joburg crime-busting department, against Al Jama-ah political party and one of its members.

The matter relates to allegations made by Al Jama-ahy’s member, Thapelo Amad, the former MMC for development planning in Joburg, against Sibiya and his former employer – the City’s group head of forensic and investigating services (GFIS).

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