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‘Mob of gangsters who think they are untouchable’ – SA’s elite police unit is on brink of collapse

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Claims of nepotism, tribalism, victimisation and abuse of power within the Special Task Force have emerged, with minister after minister failing to take any action. Complaints in letters to national commissioners, Police Minister Bheki Cele and his predecessor Fikile Mbalula, which City Press has seen, have not yet been addressed.
Claims of nepotism, tribalism, victimisation and abuse of power within the Special Task Force have emerged, with minister after minister failing to take any action. Complaints in letters to national commissioners, Police Minister Bheki Cele and his predecessor Fikile Mbalula, which City Press has seen, have not yet been addressed.

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