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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Press Statement:

8 November 2012
The Minister of Police and six other police applicants have filed papers for an urgent interdict to stop the work of the Commission of Inquiry into allegations of police inefficiency in Khayelitsha and a breakdown in relations between the community and the police in Khayelitsha.

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Press Statement:

5 November 2012
The Commission of Inquiry into allegations of police inefficiency in Khayelitsha and a breakdown in relations between the community and the police in Khayelitsha today published its hearing plan for the week of the 12th of November 2012 on its website.

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Press Statement:

31 October 2012
The Commission of Inquiry into allegations of police inefficiency in Khayelitsha and a breakdown in relations between the community and the police in Khayelitsha yesterday issued and served subpoenas on members of the South African Police Service.

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Press Statement:

29 October 2012
The Commission of Inquiry into allegations of police inefficiency in Khayelitsha and a breakdown in relations between the community and the police in Khayelitsha held its first public sitting on 29 October at Lookout Hill, in Khayelitsha.

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Press Statement:

24 October 2012
The Commission of Inquiry into allegations of police inefficiency in Khayelitsha and a breakdown in relations between the community and the police in Khayelitsha will hold its first public sitting on 29 October at Lookout Hill, in Khayelitsha (cnr Spine Road and Mew Way) at 10h00. At this sitting procedural issues will be considered only. Public sittings will be held later in the year to hear witnesses and receive evidence.

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Press Statement:

4 October 2012
The Commission of Inquiry into allegations of police inefficiency and a breakdown in relations between the community and police in Khayelitsha is responding to an article

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