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Women should arm themselves as Cele lets rapists off the hook.

Women, not only in Gauteng but also the rest of South Africa should arm themselves as government continually fails in protecting them. In Gauteng alone, more than 20 000 schedule 8 offenders were released since 2016 without DNA samples being submitted. This means that the very same murderers and rapists

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Cele blames Covid for SAPS failure.

The new crime statistics released by the South African Police Services (SAPS) today, revealed a disturbing increase of 72.4% in rape cases. A total of 10 006 rape cases were reported between April and June 2021.  This is a shocking increase of 4 000 cases compared to the same period

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Netwerk24: Phoenix: Cele se kop moet rol, se drukgroep

Die drukgroep Action Society se die blaam vir die geweld en bloedvergieting in Phoenix,noordwes van Durban, moet op Bheki Cele, polisieminister, gepak word. Lees meer: https://www.netwerk24.com/Nuus/Politiek/phoenix-cele-se-kop-moet-rol-se-drukgroep-20210803

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Tech-talk: Call for police minister Bheki Cele to be fired

Advocacy group Action Society is calling for the immediate dismissal of Police Minister Bheki Cele, accusing him of, among other things, a lack of interest in solving the DNA backlog crisis. Get the full story here: https://www.tech-talk.co.za/news/call-for-police-minister-bheki-cele-to-be-fired/

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IOL: Call for police to be honest about shortcomings in fight against Cape Flats crime

Pressure group Action Society said the ongoing war on the Cape Flats – where gangs shoot at each other, harming innocent bystanders, primarily children – will not end before the police start being honest about their shortcomings. Read more: https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/call-for-police-to-be-honest-about-shortcomings-in-fight-against-cape-flats-crime-bbdd224d-72dd-4b33-9548-bbe411997f54

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The Citizen: SAPS rebuffs Action Society’s claim

Action Society’s claim that R250 million allocated to the SA Police Services (SAPS) was spent on procurement instead of on reducing the DNA forensic backlog was vehemently denied by police yesterday. Read more: https://www.citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/government/2473218/saps-rebuffs-action-societys-claim/

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