Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Zille requests private investigators' surveillance tapes

By Tina George
30 October 2007

Mayor Hellen Zille has yesterday asked police to allow her to view the taped recordings that were confiscated from the private investigating company, George Fivas and Associates.

The mayor has written a letter to the Western Cape Premier Ebrahim Rasool and the Western Cape Provincial Police Commissioner Mzwandile Petros, requesting an opportunity to meet with the commissioner and listen to the taped recordings from George Fivas and Associates.

“The commissioner has already presented these tapes to both the Premier and the Independent Democrats leader, Patricia De Lille. Refusal to make the same access available to me as the mayor of Cape Town and the leader of the Democratic Alliance will strengthen the perception that the police are releasing selective information to certain political leaders to use for their own ends,” Zille wrote in the letter.


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