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Sunday, February 13, 2011

SA's Wild West Cops Factor in Mandelatopia's Criminal Mafia Parasite State, that breeds and feeds crime, for benefit of the TRC Fraud Elite

SA’s wild west cops

2011-02-13 10:00 | Erna van Wyk | City Press

A new study has found that police involvement in serious and violent crime is not limited to “isolated incidents” but a general pattern of behaviour that is common across the country.

Researchers say the 100 cases they examined are just “the tip of the iceberg” and they highlight ­alleged police involvement in ­serious crimes such as ATM bombings and house robberies, among others.

The research was conducted last year by the Unit for Risk Analysis at the South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) and is due for ­release tomorrow.

The researchers studied media ­reports and gathered information from the Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD). Within one week 100 cases of alleged police involvement in serious and ­violent crime were found.

The cases did not include petty crimes, poor service delivery or officials soliciting small bribes.

Three quarters of the cases studied took place between January 2009 and April last year.

They were not an indication of the total number of allegations against police officers or convictions of police officers for involvement in serious and violent crimes over the period.

“We have bumped into the tip of an iceberg of violent and criminal behaviour in the ranks of the police which needs to be aired in public,” says deputy chief executive at the SAIRR, Frans Cronjé.

Cronjé says the survey found:
  • The cases studied by researchers fitted into a general pattern of behaviour that was common across the country;

  • Police criminality did not ­relate only to corruption;

  • The police’s occasional argument that “people committing crimes in police uniforms are not necessarily policemen” is unconvincing. The survey found that in more than 40 cases police officers on duty and in uniform and/or driving state vehicles had committed crimes – often with their service weapons; and

  • There were low conviction rates for offending police officers.

Cronjé emphasises that police officers are under enormous stress as the murder rate in South Africa is eight times that in the US and 20 times higher than in any other Western country.

Says Cronjé: “In just one year of service, police officers may be ­exposed to more violence and ­brutality than officers in other countries may see in their whole ­careers.

“It would therefore not be ­surprising to learn that their own violent behaviour may first and foremost be a product of the very violent world they inhabit, and for this we need to have a great ­measure of sympathy.”

The report, titled Broken Blue Line, proposes that:
  • The ICD be placed under a new parent ministry such as the justice department;

  • Existing trauma debriefing programmes for police are inadequate and research into the extent of post-traumatic stress disorder in police ranks is needed; and

  • Levels of discipline, ­command and control in the ­police seem low and need to be ­enforced. The report suggests the ICD should rather be reporting to the Department of Justice and that a new “hunter force” should be establish to infiltrate police stations and actively root out criminal officers.

» » » » [City Press]

Amicus Applic. to Dewani’s Judge: SA is a criminal mafia parasite state: Descartian Jurisprudence does not exist in ‘Rainbow Hypocrisy SA’

Andrea Muhrrteyn | Why We Are White Refugees

London, UK (19-Jan-2011): An Application was filed with the City of Westminster Magistrates Court late yesterday, by a South African citizen in support of Dewani's case to oppose his extradition to South Africa. The Amicus Application accuses the South African Government of being a "criminal mafia parasite state that breeds and feeds crime, for political and financial benefit of the TRC FRAUD elite".

Shrien Dewani, 31 from Bristol is accused by the South African government of being the mastermind behind the murder of his wife, Anni Dewani (Hindocha), 28, when they were hijacked in Gugulethu, a township near Capetown on November 13, 2010.

The murder made world headlines, and four South Africans have been arrested, one (the taxidriver) sentenced to 18 years in prison. Dewani was allowed to return to Britain, but the SA Police subsequently charged him with being the mastermind. He says he is being used as a scapegoat to protect South Africa's tourism industry.

The Amicus supports a private prosecution of Mr. Dewani in UK Courts, with Impartial, Competent EU Judge and Jury, as the only means Hindocha & Dewani families will receive a free and fair trial, to determine Mr. Dewani’s guilt or innocence based on Descartian worldview concepts of evidence.

The Amicus Application states that the citizen's experience of going through multiple trials in South Africa, for the past nine years, where she has "never received anything remotely resembling a Descartian Heuristic / Western Civilization concept of a free and fair trial".

» » » » [Press Release (PDF: Amicus Application in RSA v. Shrien Dewani)]

Excerpts from RSA v. Dewani Amicus Application

Hypocrisy and Deception of the Stalinist Anti-Apartheid Movement

SA is a Criminal Mafia Parasite State that breeds and feeds crime, for political and financial benefit of the TRC FRAUD elite:

[50] Hypocrisy and Deception of the Stalinist Anti-Apartheid Movement:

[51] The following example of Anti-Apartheid hypocrisy is just one out of hundreds; the statistics on other socio-economic and political issues affecting South Africans are as bad. For example: Farm Murders have increased by over 3,000 percent under the ANC, and squatter camps by over 1,000 percent.
Deaths in Police custody increase 25,725% in ANC’s ‘TRC Rainbow Democracy’

‘Crime Against Humanity’ Apartheid South Africa:

1963 – 1994: 75 Deaths in 31 Years = 2.4 Deaths per year

Throughout the entire apartheid-era up to 75 people died in police-custody throughout the period between 1963 and 1994. /

The Anti-Apartheid organized worldwide protests against this ‘crime against humanity’!

‘Rainbow Democracy’ South Africa:

Jan – Nov 2010: 566 Deaths in 11 months = 617.4 Deaths per year

Political parties yesterday called for a swift investigation into the deaths of 566 people at the hands of police in the current year. The call comes after the Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD) revealed yesterday that out of this overall national figure, 16 of those killed by police were innocent people. Many of the policemen involved have not even been suspended, let alone charged!

The Anti-Apartheid movement celebrates ‘TRC Rainbow democracy’ and ‘freedom’.

[52] SA is a Criminal Mafia Parasite State that breeds and feeds crime, for political and financial benefit of the TRC FRAUD elite:

[53] While living in California from 1997 to 2002, I mentored under the tutelage of criminologist and psychologist Dr. Richard Korn. In the 1970’s Dr. Korn had also been a mentor to John Maher, who subsequently founded Delancey Street Foundation; which is the most successful rehabilitation program in the world. Much of the ground covered in my mentorship was to learn the ‘tough love’ psychological skills taught at Delancey Street, which made it so phenomenally successful.

[54] One of Dr. Korn’s friends and mentors was the Prison Reformer Tom Murton, whose prison reform experiences were detailed in the movie Brubaker (played by Robert Redford); which was based on Murton’s 1969 book Accomplices to the Crime: the Arkansas Prison Scandal, detailing the experiences of Murton while as a warden at the Tucker and Cummins Prison in Arkansas. Dr. Korn’s view was always that the only way to observe the true reality of any prison system, was to experience it from the inside.

[55] Long story, but in 2003, I got myself sentenced to a one year prison sentence for contempt of court. For an entire year, I observed and noted the workings of the South African prison system firsthand.

[56] On 11 June 2004, I submitted Essay on Proudly South African Parasite Hypocrisy, to the Department of Corrections, which accuses the South African Government, that its Criminal Justice and Penological (Prison) Policies are a Major Intentional Source of New South Africa’s ‘Kaffirs’. In a letter, dated 13 July 2004, Hon. M.P. Mr. James Selfe, DA; responded to my ‘provocative’ allegations, agreeing with my conclusions therein.

[57] In 2009 I provided the Center for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation a copy of the report, in the event that they were interested in feedback from the belly of the beast, by someone with experience of rehabilitation programs that work. The CSVR were not remotely interested.

[58] On 24 November 2011 the Center for the Study of Violence (CSVR) issued their Ubuntuist Conformist report on the causes of crime in South Africa: SA's violent crime has roots in apartheid, says report. The ANC South African Government had paid the CSVR R3.5 million to commission the report. The CSVR demonstrated their Ubuntuist Conformist -- ‘scapegoat apartheid’, while ignoring the African Ubuntuist worldview belief systems -- appreciation.

[59] Below is a Brief Overview of the Ubuntuist Kleptomaniac Corrupt Conformist South African Justice System. Ask yourself what conduct would be seen by the Anti-Apartheid Movement at South African Embassies, if the government in charge of this criminal justice system were conservative White Afrikaner men. How many Amicus Curiae briefs would be filed by the Anti-Apartheid Movement International NGO community, to inform this court that Mr. Dewani should not be extradited, because the ‘racist apartheid’ SA Justice system would not give him a free and fair trial? I suggest to you that the real motivations of the Anti-Apartheid Movement was their hatred for conservative brutally honest white Afrikaner men, who provided black South Africans with the best Justice, Education, Health etc systems and government on the African continent!

  • Cop gives uniforms to armed robbers, 13/05/2007; SAPA/IOL: Police constable arrested for supplying police uniforms for a planned robbery in Nelspruit.

  • Nel’s lawyer questions manner of arrest / Nel arrest was an order ‘from higher up’, 10/01/2008, Cape Times/Cape Argus: Gerrie Nel, the head of Directorate of Special Operations (Scorpions) , who headed the corruption investigation against National Police Commissioner Jackie Selebi was arrested at his Pretoria home in front of his wife and children at about 9pm. It was later revealed that the arrest, by Captain Tsietsi Mano and Snr Supt. Ntebo (Jan) Mabula was ‘on orders from higher up’. [Note: Mabula was recently appointed to head the Hawks in NW province and is in charge of the Eugene Terre’blanche murder investigation. See also Two cops who arrested Nel were unfairly rewarded and promoted , Solidarity, 25/03/2008, and Friends and Foes , 01/02/2008: Business Report: An overview of the friends and foes of Selebi, prior to his trial on corruption.]

  • 668 Missing SAPS dockets in 2008-09; Minister cannot stay silent, 16/03/2009: There has been a 56% increase in the number of missing police dockets over the past year, the Democratic Alliance said on Sunday. In 2005 and 2006, 382 dockets were lost or stolen. This figure increased to 427 in 2007 and 2008 and in 2008 and 2009, 668 dockets went missing. The documents are used to record information that can be used for a prosecution. Only 6% (41 of the 668 cases), resulted in "disciplinary procedures" being taken against the police officers responsible.

  • DA reveals extent of SAPS crisis, 16/03/2009: Forensic Science Laboratories: Since June 2007, we have seen a 93.8% increase in backlogs countrywide – up from 6068 to 11758 backlogged samples in the most recent figures released by the Ministry. [..]In particular, it is alarming to note massive increases in the number of backlogs in chemistry samples (up 103 percent since June 2007), questioned documents (4618 percent) and scientific analysis (61 percent).

  • ‘Polisie wou roof, kaap, moor (Police wanted to rob, hijack, murder), 18/08/2009: News24: 2 NW police officers charged with murder, attempted murder, robbery and hijacking, after attempting to get a motorist to pay an illegal fine.

  • 500 Polisielede skuldig (500 Police Officers Guilty), 08/09/2009: News24: More than 500 police officers were found guilty of among others murder, rape, assault, robbery and corruption. 38 for murder, during 2008/09 financial year; 33 attempted murder, and 20 for rape. Total of 660 charged with illegal conduct.

  • Top cops 'knew stats were cooked', 17/10/2009: Western Cape police commissioner Mzwandile Petros and one of his former assistants, Anwa Dramat -- now head of the Hawks -- were informed at least two years ago that police stations in the province were manipulating crime statistics, according to internal police reports leaked to the Mail & Guardian.

  • Cops in uniform ‘gang-raped me’, Magdel Fourie, News24, 27/10/2009: Martie Olivier, a mother of three was allegedly repeatedly raped by two uniformed policemen in Kempton Park. The police refused to let her lay a charge of rape. She was repeatedly raped after her husband was irregularly arrested on an alleged minor traffic violation.

  • DA: Rot has set into SAPS, 17/11/2009: A series of replies to Democratic Alliance (DA) parliamentary questions released today reveal that lost and stolen police case dockets are up 57%, sample backlogs at forensic science laboratories are up 105%, compliance with recommendations from the police watchdog are down from 42% to 10%, and only 5% of Hawks applicants have been vetted, meaning that at this rate it will take more than seven years for all applicants to be vetted.

  • Police in crime conspiracy, 12/12/2009: Crime statistics manipulation into fudging of crime statistics: how police downgrade serious crimes, such as child rape, refuse to open dockets, or destroy dockets.

  • Commander moved after escape, 30/12/2009: News24: Barberton police station commander & deputy transferred, after 31 suspects, mostly illegal miners sawed their way out of prison.

  • Burglaries: Reservist fingered, 31/12/2009: News 24: Police Reservist Fingered for 8 house-breaking / burglaries (PMB), from same house. He sold stolen goods to pawn shops while in uniform, but after arrest was released for alleged “lack of evidence”.

  • Senior cop held for corruption, 31/12/2009: News24/SAPA: High ranking police officer & constable arrested for stealing 18 bags of dagga from police evidence stores; constable helped to transport dagga to house in Nyanga township.

  • Crooks-in-action: SAPS Crime Intel., 17/01/2010: Policeman: 'The allegations are that these three people received information from senior officers in crime intelligence to go to certain individuals who are businessmen, get them on video while they are receiving stolen goods, then they go in and they extort money from them. They say, 'If you don't pay me R100 000 by the end of the day we are going to arrest you.' And 90% of the time the people pay it. After they've extorted the money from these businessmen they go back to crime intelligence officers and pay them their cut of the extortion money.'

  • Municipal officials accused of taking bribes, 21/01/2010: SAPA/IOL: Durban Municipal Officials alleged received bribes to hire underachievers to Metro Police.

  • Cops deadly rampage, 21/01/2010: Cape Times: VIP Protection Unit Officer, Zamumzi Nombewu, 35, who guarded cabinet ministers goes on deadly rampage killing his wife, wounding two men, one a police officer and hijacking 3 cars, before committing suicide.

  • 70% Law Graduates Unable to Read, 22/01/2010: According to Investigation by Council of Higher Education: 70% SA's law graduates been so badly educated that they can barely count, operate a computer, or read and write in English; while 70% of black matrics are functionality illiterate.

  • Officers held for robbery, 22/01/2010: IOL: 11 Held including 2 Police Officers, arrested for 15 bank and business robberies in Ventersdorp, Orkney, etc. Captain & Inspector escorted burglars to targeted banks & businesses; if alarm went off, they would response, and declare it a false alarm.

  • Political Outlook for 2010: Slow Death, 22/01/2010: Financial Mail: SA’s slow death from incompetence & corruption. SA drowning in policies and statements of intent, but implementation lacking. NEC members lack courage to speak out. NEC populated by cowards.

  • Cop ‘too lazy’ to help victim, 25/02/2010, IOL: Police refuse to open a docket on attempted hijacking and assault against man who tried to hijack a Pretoria paramedic; who was told to open an accident report.

  • Prosecutor stole dockets – but won’t go to jail, 26/02/2010; Sowetan: Former PMB prosecutor Amos Ngcobo, 40, who accepted bribes to steal more than 40 court dockets to fund his drinking, gets suspended sentence.

  • SA police ‘lost’ 5,900 firearms worth R24m in 3 years, 28/01/2010: SAPS police officers managed to ‘lose’ 2,944 firearms at a cost of R16m over a 9-month period in 2009 alone - reporting them either ‘lost’ or ‘stolen’.

  • ‘Polisielede’ roof, skok boer en sy gesin (‘Police officers’ rob, torture farmer and family), 28-01/2010, Marietjie Louw-Carstens, Beeld: Eight Heavily armed men, with semi-automatic weapons, 3 in police uniforms arrived on the farm of Okkie Malherbe (63) and his wife, Emmerentia (53), on their farm Doelen. The attackers tied up the family, shocked them with cattle prods and put plastic bags over their heads. They demanded money and keys for the gun safe, and stole R120 000. A neighbour activated the panic button, whereupon the attackers left.

  • Police commissioner suspended 09/03/2010: Divisional Comm. of Legal Services, Lindiwe Mtimkulu suspended, after damning report that Mtimkulu was incapable of making legal decisions, because she suffered from fundamental misunderstanding of legal processes. Mtimkulu’s Leg. Svc has backlog of 19 000 legal claims.

  • Get-out-of-jail-free guards, 11/03/2010, Daily News: Minister says if prison officials are corrupt, no amount of security measures can keep prisoners in prison, after a daring escape by 8 dangerous awaiting trial prisoners from Westville Prison.

  • Hawks swoop on top officer, 11/03/2010: Durban Police Station Commander arrested for stealing case dockets & hiding them, including one where he was charged with assault.

  • Limpopo-boer vermoor (Limpopo farmer murdered), 12-03-2010, Beeld: A 65 year old farmer was murdered in Limpopo, by five armed robbers, one of them allegedly a policeman.

  • 3 Cops held for Hijacking, 12/03/2010: 3 Police Officers arrested for hijacking courier services van in Meyerton: held him up at gunpoint, demanding he surrender vehicle.

  • Boer vir 48 uur in selle nada thy aanvaller ontwapen (Farmer in cell for 48 hours after disarming attacker of knife), 16-03-2010, Charles Smith, Beeld: Chris Grobler, 23 a farmer from Kroonstad, was attacked by a former employee fired for theft, who repeatedly returned to the farm to harass the family and had been removed by the police. He returned again with a knife. The farmer disarmed the robber of his knife, and called the police, who never came. The attacker filed a complaint, and the police arrived to arrest the farmer for hurting the attackers arm, when he disarmed him of the knife.

  • Call for dead to be avenged, 16/03/2010: Sowetan: 7 serial killers, including a former policeman, appeared in court for murder of nine women, ritually murdered for body parts (ears and breast cut off).

  • Cop shops (mis)managed, 18/03/2010: Station commanders are failing in their most basic duty of exercising control over police officials, dockets, firearms and vehicles. Weekly inspections are "generally disregarded" and national orders are ignored. Furthermore, station commanders and other heads have a "serious lack" of skills and knowledge. These damning findings are compiled in a report about what is happening at 733 of the country's 1 116 police stations by the police's national inspectorate.

  • Sakeman aangehou nadat hy diefstal aanmeld (Businessman arrested after reporting robbery), 19/03/2010, Tom de Wet, Volksblad: Mr. Lucky Elisseou (41) a co-owner of the Spar supermarket in Riebeeckstad reported a robbery, and was then accused by the robber of attempted murder.

  • Prisons chief wastes millions, Carien du Plessis, IOL, 22/03/2010: Minister wastes millions by adopting an elaborate hiring policy for low level staff.

  • Joburg cops caught kidnapping, 24/03/2010, Sowetan: Five people, including a 27 yr old policeman and 56 year old reservist were arrested for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting a Zimbabwean man, demanding he pay them R50,000 and hand over his Audi A4 in return for his release.

  • Four cops to stand trial, 02/04/2010, Sharika Regchand, Mercury: Former station commissioner of Pietermaritzburg’s Mountain Rise Police Station, Hariram Badul was informed by Magistrates court that he and 3 others would stand trial in the high court on charges of racketeering, fraud and corruption. Colonel Yunus Khan, Captain Suresh Naraindath, Constable Patrick Nkabini, Pietermaritzburg police station clerk Edward Isaac and local businessman Sigamoney Pillay are accused of defrauding the state of equipment worth R1-million.

  • Cops at airport without permit, 13/04/2010, Sibongile Mashaba, Sowetan: 3 senior police officers accused of drug smuggling entered a restricted cargo area of OR Tambo International Airport without permission, to retrieve a drug consignment from Brazil.

  • Min. of Police: R315,000 on vanity, 01/09/2010: SAPS Minister spent R315 000 on 10 billboards which comprised of a giant photo of the Minister of Police with a caption reading "Come FIFA 2010 World Cup, we are ready".

  • ‘As lede nie hou van blou uniforms, kry hulle oranje’ (If police don’t like blue uniforms, they get orange’), 02/05/2010, Buks Viljoen, Beeld: General Bheki Cele said in Amersfoort that he is very worried about the level of corruption in the police in the province. According to him countrywide there were more than 10,000 police officers behind bars and the situation is getting worse as policemen proceed to even commit crimes in uniform. Today someone is arrested for 13 bags of drugs, and tomorrow there are only 3 left, said General Cele.

  • Alleged drug syndicate to appear in court, 02/05/2010, IOL: A 14-man gang, including six policemen, seven Nigerians and a security officer are alleged to be part of a drug syndicate linked to an international network. The police officers (warrant officers' Sello Johnson, Molatedi Motsamai, Gilbert Weimers, Pule Ningiza, Johannes Motsek and reservist Constable Canon Mcharlies) helped the syndicate to transport drugs in and out of the Free State using official vehicles while on duty.

  • Farm Attack: Female cop in court, 24/05/2010, Amanda Roestoff, Beeld: A female police officer was arrested following a farm attack in Schewizer-Reneke in North West, and police are looking for a former police officer in connection with the attack on Abraham Oosthuizen, 35, a seed and cattle farmer on his farm Grootlaagte.

  • R30K to clear your criminal record, 07/07/2010, The Star, IOL: Three men, one a police captain were involved in selling a new form of ‘get out of jail free” card - for R30 000 they would sell you a new ‘clean criminal record’. This they did for Lucky Tileni Mathebula, stealing documents pertaining to his criminal profile and removing his criminal record from the police’s Criminal Record Centre system.

  • Twelve police officers arrested in one day, 28/07/2010, SABC: In one day 12 police officers arrested, six in Northern Cape for corruption; six in Durban from the Tactical Response Unit charged with robbery and theft of firearms.

  • Probe after top cops party [held at brothel in Sandton], 31/07/2010, Kafiesha Ajam, IOL: Acting Station Commissioner of Hillbrow Police Station arranged farewell party to for top cop, to receive an award for leadership, at a notorious Joburg brothel owners house.

  • Dossier fingers top cop, 07/08/2010, Kashiefa Ajam, The Star/IOL: Paul O’Sullivan the man who blew the whistle on corrupt police chief Jackie Selebi has laid charge against Gauteng police intelligence chief Joey Mabasa, who he claims is involved with a gangster who has taken a contract hit on him.

  • Meer wolwe in skaaps(polisie)klere as wat mense dink (More wolves in sheeps(police)clothing than what people think, 21/08/2010, Herman Scholtz, Rapport: It appears there are far more corrupt police than the public are led to believe. Rapport deterined that in one courtroom in the Pretoria Regional Court, at least 45 cases involved robbers pretending to be police officers.

  • ‘Cops rented guns, uniforms to thugs’, 17/09/2010: Graeme Hosken, The Star: A defiant police constable was arrested for allegedly leasing guns, bulletproof vests, radios, uniforms, blue lights and sirens to gangs of robbers for thousands of rands. It was believed that the arrest exposed what is believed to be the tip of the iceberg of a vast criminal syndicate operating from within the ranks of the SAPS.

  • ICD Rep: 2 deaths by SAPS a day, 30/09/2010: DA: Rise in police criminality. Ind. Complaints Directorate (ICD) annual report, showed that the total number of cases received by the ICD regarding the police has increased by 4.2% to a total of 6375 cases in 2009/2010.

  • High-profile cops had big money, 05/10/2010: A trio of high-profile West Rand organised crime unit officers received about R3million combined extra income from unknown sources.

  • Corruption a ‘hobby’ in metro police, 07/10/2010: Corruption has become a “hobby” within the Tshwane Metro Police Department). This was revealed in a report by the Institute of Security Studies three years ago. The report, “City Blues: Corruption and Corruption Management in SA’s Metro Police Departments”, dates back to 2007, but nothing, sources in the department said, has changed in the past 3 years.

  • R80m stolen from Guardian's Fund, 10/10/2010: An estimated R80 million has been defrauded & stolen from the Guardian's Fund by corrupt justice officials & syndicates - Justice Min.

  • DA: 74% Increase Referrals to SAPS, 12/10/2010: No. of dockets being sent back by lower courts for further investigation has increased by 74%; i.e. requisite investigations are not being carried out before a docket is referred to court.

  • Judge slams corrupt officials, 13/10/2010: The time has come for courts to bring down the full wrath of the law on state officials who arrogantly breach constitutional imperatives, by acting with impunity and are not taken to task by government - mostly because of inability, unwillingness or political reasons.

  • Mthethwa: Cele approved his house, 14/10/2010: Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa has confirmed that more than R3-million was spent on [Police Commissioner] Bheki Cele’s home.

  • Cele in ‘conflict of interest’, 15/10/2010: National police commissioner General Bheki Cele was dealt a blow when his boss, Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa, confirmed that Cele himself had signed off the purchase of his R4-million house.

  • 5 000 detectives lack training, 15/10/2010: Nearly 5 000 of the country's detectives lack the requisite 14 weeks of training for the job, police officials admitted to Parliament.

  • SA a last on world citizen safety index, 17/10/2010: South Africa fails dismally in providing its citizens with a safe environment, says a study by the World Justice Project. According to its Rule of Law Index, SA was next to last on the list of 35 countries in the order and security category - beating only conflict-ridden Liberia and worse than Nigeria. Countries recently wracked by violence, including Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria and the Philippines, fared better than SA. The index measures how laws are implemented and enforced in practice and [how they] affect people's lives. SA's poor showing was underscored by the fact that 6% of respondents in 2009 reported a murder in their household in the past 5 years, 25% reported a burglary in the past 3 years. These are among the highest worldwide.

  • Top cops ‘knew stats were cooked’, 17/10/2010, M&G: WC Pol. Comm, M. Petros & current head of Hawks, A. Dramat warned 2 years ago, in “Manipulation of crime statistics” report, by Jan Solomons, which recommends a full investigation, of “a substantial number of stations involved in manipulation.”

  • 3226 SAPS Lost Firearms in 2009-10, 20/10/2010: The current SAPS firearm management policy and system does not seem to be succeeding in ensuring that police firearms are properly accounted for and managed. Yesterday, the National Police Commissioner Bheki Cele admitted in Parliament, in response to my questions, that 3 226 SAPS firearms were lost or stolen in 2009/10.

  • Gov. has little idea of corruption cases: PSC, 28/10/2010: The government has no knowledge of what has happened to at least two-thirds of cases reported to its National Anti-Corruption Hotline during the past six years, says Public Service Commission.

  • Konstable werf glo vir kapingsindikaat (Constable working for hijacking syndicate), 28/10/2010, Andre Damons, Beeld: Constable Tebogo Rasejane (29) from Brixton appeared in court with four other hijackers after he and another police officer allegedly recruited them to hijack vehicles for a syndicate. George Yassim (24), Frank Yassim (23), Bennet Kuzwayo (33) en Giro Ubisse (42), from Mozambique and Malawi were arrested for hijacking a van with R1,5 million cargo of cigarette’s and disclosed they were recruited by the police officers.

  • R1.3 Million per month for consultant with matric, 30/10/2010: A consultant employed by the South African Police Service (SAPS), whose highest qualification was matric, was paid R1.3 million a month. This was revealed by Sindi Chikunga, chairwoman of the National Assembly police oversight committee, during a hearing with the SAPS and the State Information Technology Agency (Sita). The consultant’s mother had been working as a director and her father as a deputy director at the SAPS, Chikunga said. Police Nat Comm Gen. Bheki Cele had on a previous occasion confirmed this.

  • Cops put lid on nepotism, 31/10/2010: The police were granted an order interdicting the Sunday Independent newspaper from publishing details of malfeasance and violation of laws by the SAPS Crime Intelligence – without argument – at the North Gauteng High Court on Friday night.

  • 476 metro cops probed: bribery, et al, 03/11/2010: More than 10 percent, or 476, of the Joburg metro police department’s (JMPD) staff complement have been investigated internally in the past year for allegations ranging from theft to bribery, assault and misconduct. But, of the 476 metro police officers probed by the service’s internal affairs unit, less than 4 percent – or a mere 19 officers – were dismissed. The disclosure by City of Joburg policing service’s management follows exposés by The Star and Saturday Star, into what seems to amount to criminal conduct and abuses by JMPD officers. The cases were reported in the JMPD’s latest annual report.

  • Cloud over murder statistics, 05/11/2010: Discovery of unrecorded post-mortem reports and allegations of police negligence and manipulation of crime figures raises alarm bells.

  • Lawyers to Sue Min of Justice, 13/11/2010: Jhb Attorneys Assoc. Judge Satchwell, Law Society of SA, angry about collapse of country’s courts.

  • Porn lover, SMS pest back in robes, 13/11/2010: A magistrate who trawled Internet porn sites on his work computer and one who sent foul SMSes to a female clerk are back on the bench.

  • Cop bribery stats the tip of the iceberg – Lead SA, 15/11/2010: A Lead SA survey that showed that nearly 2,500 people had bribed traffic cops over past 3 months was just the tip of the iceberg – Justice Project SA (JPSA). Most bribes in Johannesburg (1889), Ekurhuleni (387) and Tswhane (121), Capetown (9).

  • Illiteracy of high school pupils is shocking - MEC, 15/11/2010, Schalk Mouton, TimesLive: Almost half of high school pupils in Gauteng are illiterate, says Gautent MEC for education, Barbara Creecy. About 50% of Grade 6 pupils passed languages, 38% maths. Only 30% of Grade 3 pupils could read and write, with under 40% numerically literate. Going into high school about 50% of children can’t read or write.

  • Cop identified as robber, Hanti Otto, IOL, 17/11/2010: Warrant Officer Silas Gafane, formerly of a Pretoria Specialized Commercial Crimes Court orderly, was identified in court as robber, who broke into the Erasmia home of Munawar Gafoor on 14 April 2009.

  • Many law graduates lack essential skills - LSSA, 22/11/2010, Politicsweb: Law Society of SA (LSSA) is concerned many law graduates lack essential skills, due to substandard education. LLB graduates lack basic essential skills such as research, computer work, literacy and Numeracy, which places great burden on legal profession to provide skills, and places clients at risk of attorneys not properly qualified to represent them.

  • Police to pay for farmers torture, 22/11/2010: Minister of Police to pay R500,000 to farmer illegally arrested, and tortured by police, on false charges of being a member of the Boeremag. Willie Nel was kept in custody at various police stations while being tortured by members of a special task unit, who kept him cuffed to a chair, kicked him in his kidneys, administered schocks to his private parts and suffocated him with rubber tubing.

  • Man in polisieselle aangerand (Man attacked in police cells), Susan Cilliers, Beeld, 24/11/2010: Mr. Willem Pienaar is in hospital with severe jaw and kidney injuries after he was attacked by fellow prisoners in the Ottosdal police cells. It is alleged the injuries appear as if some of his injuries were inflicted with a whip.

  • Prison official arrested after drug kingpin absconds, 25/11/2010, Changtall Presence, Eyewitness News: The Hawks have arrested a prison official from the Boksburg Correctional Centre for letting a notorious drug kingpin off the hook. The official reportedly tampered with the parole records of 72-year-old Solly Motsepe who was arrested in the 90s, after police found R20 million worth of mandrax in his possession. Motsepe was supposted to remain on parole until 2017, but has no absconded.

  • Bad cop gets top job, 29/11/2010, Anna Majavu, Sowetan: Officer fingered in fraudulent claims probe now heads tender unit at police headquarters. A former Free State deputy police commissioner earlier accused of abusing state funds has been transferred to police headquarters in Pretoria, where he now holds a key position. Independent Complaints Directorate recommended he be fired, instead he was promoted.

  • ‘Pass black matrics’, 01/12/2010, Sne Masuku & Tebogo Monama, Sowetan: SA Democratic Teachers Union in KwaZulu-Natal calls for “biased marking” process in favour of black pupils from under-resourced schools.

  • Three cops arrested for robbery, 11/12/2010, SAPA/TimesLive: Three policeman arrested in connection with a business robbery on the corner of Jeppe and Harrison Street, Jhb. They allegedly stormed into the jewellery shop, produced their appointment certificates claiming to be on official police business, grabbed the shop owner, pointed firearms at him and stole a bag which contained R25, 000 and an undisclosed amount of jewellery on Friday at 1.30pm. They were arrested on the spot by sector police.

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