Bheki Cele Has Released An Official Statement To The Public.
The Cape Argus has seen an unstable testimony recorded by a senior cop, Brigadier Tiyani Hlungwani, ensnaring Cele in unpredictable obtainment of grabbers in the UK in 2019, and making a bunch of different claims.
The sworn statement, first shared by a SAPS informant on Tuesday, said police burned through R102 million on grabbers, a rucksack grabber and an elevated grabber in 2019.
Hlungwani claims in the testimony that he presented a portion of the charges before the Zondo commission, however it's muddled what has been going on with that.
DA MP and representative on policing, Okkert Terblanche, attempted to raise the charges against Cele in a police portfolio panel on Wednesday, yet he was batted away by board of trustees director, Tina Joemat-Pettersson.
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She let him know he could raise issues connecting with Cele's application for the utilization of the grabber to be heard by the equity and restorative assistance advisory group today.
Terblanche told the Cape Argus that the DA would raise the claims against Cele in the present advisory group, where MPs will talk about Cele's application/solicitation to utilize the grabbers to Equity and Restorative Administrations' Clergyman Ronald Lamola.
Cele's representative Lirandzu Themba hadn't answered at the hour of composing, while a police representative purportedly told a Sunday paper that police didn't know about Hlungwani's testimony.