Towards a Safer Khayelitsha

The Report of the Commission of Inquiry
into Allegations of Police Inefficiency and
a Breakdown in Relations between SAPS
and the Community in Khayelitsha
Click here to view the Final Report August 2014

All the documents that formed part of the Commission’s deliberations are now on the website under the ‘Bundles’ menu.

Inspection in Loco Conducted on 21 and 22 January 2014

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Vusumzi Patrick Pikoli

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Vusumzi Pikoli is an Advocate of the High Court. He has a BA (law) degree, as well as an LLB and LLM.

Adv Pikoli worked as Special Adviser to the first Minister of Justice in the post apartheid years. He has served as Deputy Director-General of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, and later as Director-General of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development. He was National Director of Public Prosecutions in the National Prosecuting Authority. More recently, he was Director and Partner of SizweNtsalubaGobodo Forensic Investigations.

Adv Pikoli has served as:
Member of the Magistrates Commission
Trustee of the Constitutional Court Trust Board
Member of the EU Foundation for Human Rights
Founder and executive member of the International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities.

Awards and Recognition
Ukrainian Association of Prosecutors Award, 2007
International Association of Prosecutors Award, 2008
Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International (Johannesburg), 2011