Sapu head ‘beaten’, arrested after damning letter alleges top-cop graft

03 April 2019 - 06:05 By Graeme Hosken
Police maintain there was nothing sinister behind Sapu head Mpho Kwinika's arrest, saying he was taken into custody during a routine law enforcement operation.
Police maintain there was nothing sinister behind Sapu head Mpho Kwinika's arrest, saying he was taken into custody during a routine law enforcement operation.
Image: Twitter/Bafana Nzimande‏

The arrest and alleged assault of SA Policing Union (Sapu) head Mpho Kwinika came just days after he wrote to President Cyril Ramaphosa and police minister Bheki Cele calling for the suspension and criminal investigation of national police commissioner, General Khehla Sitole.

But the police maintain there was nothing sinister behind Kwinika’s arrest, saying he was taken into custody during a routine law enforcement operation.

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