Nkosinathi Nhleko

Dramat can’t return to work

Hawks boss Anwa Dramat cannot return to work on Monday now that Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko has filed to appeal a court’s decision to overturn his suspension, the ministry said on Sunday. “Because we have filed the appeal papers the status quo remains… he is still suspended,” police ministry spokesman[…]

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Dramat suspension illegal: court

Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko’s decision to suspend Hawks boss Anwa Dramat was invalid, the High Court in Pretoria ruled on Friday. “The order which I make is the following: it is declared that the decision of the minister of police to suspend Lt-Gen Anwa Dramat, the national head of the[…]

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Silence gives abusers power: Nhleko

When abusers are not reported to the police immediately, they become emboldened, Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko said on Thursday. “This nation needs to talk to itself on how best it wants to proceed, as there can never be a policeman or woman in every household,” he said in a speech[…]

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Communities must fight crime: Minister Nhleko

The fight against crime is the responsibility of all South Africans it affects, Minister of Police Nkosinathi Nhleko told Cosatu’s crime conference at the Cape Town City Hall on Tuesday. Nhleko said communities and individuals living in crime ridden areas all have a responsibility to aid authorities in uprooting crime.[…]

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