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Mashaba calls out SAPS for failed execution of justice in Lily Mine families’ protest settlement

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ActionSA’s Herman Mashaba has called out the criminal justice system for failing to execute justice in dealing with Gwebu’s disregard for the law in the Lily Mine case.

ActionSA’s Tshwane Media Manager, Nkele Molapo issued a statement on Monday, 23 August 2021, by the leader of ActionSA, Herman Mashaba. In the statement, Mashaba is addressing how South Africa’s criminal justice system has failed Lily Mine families, once again. He noted that the convicted serial criminal, parolee and suspect in the Lily Mine families’ protest settlement, Kaizer Gwebu finally appeared before the Low’s Creek Periodical Court, after having escaped on Thursday, 29 July 2021.

The ActionSA leader expressed that the confusion related to the execution of justice and dealing with the suspect and his continued disregard of the law is a disturbing reminder of the failure of the country’s criminal justice system to protect and serve South Africans who demand justice. Mashaba further noted that Gwebu had violated his bail conditions by failing to appear in court on 29 July 2021, but was still allowed to roam free up until his latest appearance.

He also confirmed that the party would again be writing to the Mpumalanga South African Police Service (SAPS) Commissioner, demanding an investigation into the latest mess up by the SAPS. He further stressed the need for a societal declaration of war against criminality.

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