09 September 2013
The Democratic Alliance on Sunday
said that they are concerned by alleged reports that National Police
commissioner, Riah Phiyega, wants former head of state Crime Intelligence Unit,
Richard Mduli back on the job.
This follows months of rumours that
Mduli is heading back to the unit despite allegations of murder and corruption
around the looting of the crime intelligence slush found at massive personal
DA MP of police Dianne Kholer
Barnard said it is high time that Commissioner Phiyega answered to Parliament
on the Mdluli saga and the chaos in the Crime Intelligence Unit.
I have written to the Chairperson of
the Portfolio Committee on Police to request that the National Police
Commissioner appear before the committee to explain exactly what is going on in
the Crime Intelligence Unit and what disciplinary action has been taken against
Mdluli, if any at all,” Barnard added.
Barnard further added that Richard
Mdluli has been on suspension for well over a year and has yet to face any
disciplinary proceedings as far as she knows.
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