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Western Cape Premier Alan Winde.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde.
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Western Cape Premier Alan Winde sought advice this week as to whether there should be an inquiry with regard to possible links between the police and gangs.

It follows a judgment in the bail appeal of two men accused of gang murders in Cape Town.

"This judgment has highlighted alleged horrific and deep-rooted corruption and collusion between the [SA Police Service] and members of the so-called 28s gang," said Winde in a statement. 

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