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Police Minister Bheki Cele briefs the media on the annual crime statistics.
Police Minister Bheki Cele briefs the media on the annual crime statistics.
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Minister of Police Bheki Cele says advising women to endure toxic relationships should come to an end to help the fight against gender-based violence (GBV). 

In an interview with News24, Cele said friends and families of victims were "bad crops" because they would tell them to "hold on" to their abusive partners.  

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