Last week, the former Head of Police’s Crime Intelligence Unit, Richard Mdluli was convicted of kidnapping, assault and intimidation, after a trial that saw claims he had been able to manipulate the criminal justice system to evade justice for the murder of Oupa Ramagibe.
The person who tried to investigate Mdluli, and was then pushed out of his position is the former Head of the Hawks in Gauteng, General Shadrack Sibiya. Sibiya was removed from his position and charged with the unlawful rendition of several Zimbabwean men to their home country where they then died in police custody. But an internal disciplinary process found that he could not have been on the scene during the operation that saw them handed over to police in Zimbabwe. He has spoken to the SABC for the first time, to give his reaction to the conviction of Mdluli. Stephen Grootes spoke to him and started by asking how he felt about Richard Mdluli’s conviction…
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