The DA is calling on the SAPS to speed up investigations into the EFF, as it is alleged that Brian Shivambu benefitted from VBS looting in a secret signed contract.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) wants the South African Police Service (SAPS) to speed up the investigation into the VBS money looting scandal. The debacle led to the DA pressing criminal charges against the Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) Commander-in-Chief (CIC), Julius Malema and his deputy, Floyd Shivambu on suspicions that they benefitted from the monies looted.
The DA is calling on the SAPS to submit updates on charges laid against the aforementioned EFF leaders, as well as Brian Shivambu. It has been reported by local media that Brian Shivambu had signed a secret contract admitting to receiving millions from the VBS loot.
The DA, on Thursday, 10 June 2021, called on the SAPS to speed up investigations, stating, “It has been more than two years since we laid charges against EFF with no communication from the SAPS since.” The DA further expressed that the SAPS needs to stop protecting Malema.
See the post below.
The VBS looters must account!
Following the revelation that Brian Shivambu signed a secret contract admitting to having received R4.55 million in VBS loot, we call on SAPS to give an update on the charges we laid against Malema and the Shivambu brothers.https://t.co/hwjfEfqBvM
— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) June 10, 2021