Khayelitsha policing probe commissioners to receive R51 000
04 October 2012
Commissioners appointed by Western Cape Premier Helen Zille to investigate policing in Khayelitsha will earn 51-thousand-Rands for each day's work.
Western Cape finance MEC Alan Winde revealed the salary, which translates to around six-thousand-Rands per hour, in answer to a question by ANC member Pierre Uys.
Two commissioners and two advocates have been appointed to the commission.
The commission will look at the alleged breakdown in trust between the community and police.