News24 previously reported on allegations that the man had been tasered and beaten to death by police. A Cape Town man who was said to have been killed by police brutality while buying beer during the lockdown actually died from a heart attack, Police Minister Bheki Cele said.
He said a post-mortem report revealed that the man did not die from being beaten. The minister was speaking at a briefing on Thursday night.
News24 previously reported on allegations that the man had been tasered and beaten to death by police.
Cele, meanwhile, said police have arrested 2,289 people since the start of the lockdown for violating regulations.
“Don’t give us a reason to arrest you.”
He warned that there are 24,389 law enforcement officers on the streets.
Cele clarified that no cigarettes can be sold, and knocked down the Western Cape government saying on Thursday that vendors would be allowed to sell cigarettes.
“For now, cigarettes will not be sold… that includes Western Cape,” Cele said.
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Following many of our favourite celebrities, we surely stand with Minnie Dlamini who in fact may happen to be the first one to come out and blast these testifiers. It is not only these traders who testify but many other individuals like ‘sangomas’ who come and flood their testimonies in the comment sections in a way to market and promote their brands or products.
Therefore such behaviour did not sit well with Mrs. Jones and she has had enough, through a video she has pleaded with such people to stop their annoying ways. continue reading
Source: The Citizen