Eventually, the truth emerged when the parliamentary committee of police expressed concern about SAPS operational capabilities.
This follows after the burning of two police vehicles in Botrivier, the use of live ammunition by police in Gauteng and the Western Cape as well as the robbery of firearms at the Elsburg police station.
Response time and interaction between visible policing, crime intelligence and specialized units are not at an acceptable level, according to the parliamentary committee.
Meanwhile, the police are engaged in recruitment of candidates from the minority groups. Their target aim of Afrikaans speakers but also English speakers, in clearer language means white candidates.
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