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Alleged Protection Pact between President Ramaphosa and Police Minister Bheki Cele Sparks Concern

Published September 29, 2023
9 months ago

An interview with Action Society front-man, Ian Cameron, has unearthed unsettling speculations about an alleged protection pact between South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa and Police Minister Bheki Cele. Cameron voiced concerns that the pair potentially safeguard each other's secrets, suggesting Cele has dirt on high-ranking African National Congress (ANC) officials, including Ramaphosa. This revelation raises questions about the integrity and accountability within the ANC administration.



Cameron voiced his concern to BizNews following Cele's recent reception of the Great Wall Commemorative Medal from China. This distinctive honour is awarded to law enforcement officers from foreign countries who have notably contributed to safeguarding Chinese citizens.


Cameron, who has been vocal about his belief that Cele should be dismissed, not decorated, expressed concern about the medal's significance. He suggests that the honour was not given for good policing service, but potentially as a conduit for high-ranking Chinese officials and their South African State connections, specifically within the ANC.



Cameron criticises how Cele and Ramaphosa maintain their hold on power despite what he deems as inadequate law enforcement and frequent police failures. He alleges they are part of an illicit system, calling the ANC an "organised crime syndicate that calls themselves a political party."


The recent scandal involving the South African Police Service's Crime Intelligence Unit, which spent over R100 million on unregistered vehicles, further exemplifies the corruption and failures within South Africa's law enforcement.


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