JOHANNESBURG - Police Minister General Bheki Cele on Thursday told the community of Eldorado Park that the SAPS would form an "outstanding cases clinic" following the cries of community members who told their stories of injustice.
Cele was part of a panel alongside with MEC for community and safety Faith Mazibuko, Lieutenant-general Elias Mawela and National Commissioner General Khehla Sitole who listened for hours to the alarming stories of drugs, murder, rape, corruption and violence of aggrieved Eldorado Park residents.
Angelina Williams told the panel and audience that even after they could identify her daughter's shooters, they were still roaming free.
"My daughter was shot five times in her leg a month ago, she is not coping. There is nothing happening ... We still have not done an ID parade and I have given the police their names," the teary-eyed mother said.
"I want the case to be dealt with nationally because our police take bribes. She's currently writing her preliminary exams and is still traumatised."