Home affairs investigator suspended for doing her job

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Lindiwe Sisulu is caught on tape interrogating Amanda Ledwaba about her investigation. Picture: Getty Images
Lindiwe Sisulu is caught on tape interrogating Amanda Ledwaba about her investigation. Picture: Getty Images

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In the recording, an enraged Sisulu is heard telling Advocate Amanda Ledwaba, the director of law enforcement and special investigation in the immigration inspectorate, that it was not tradition to ask men about the paternity of their love children. City Press this week listened to the audio recording of the conversation, which took place in March, in which Sisulu discusses Dlamini’s case, whom she claims is her nephew.

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