NPO “Cstahood” has called on police to work more effectively and secure convictions a lot quicker.
JOHANNESBURG - Men must wake up and police must act faster.
This according to a group of women activists who marched to the Johannesburg central police station to demand quicker turnaround times for gender violence cases.
The NPO “Cstahood” has called on police to work more effectively and secure convictions a lot quicker.
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A group of activists from Cstahood marched to the Joburg central police station today to demand a quicker turnaround on gender violence cases.
Meanwhile, the #TshegofatsoPule case was postponed yet again. More on @etvNewsSA & @eNCA tonight! pic.twitter.com/yiLzNelsqv
Malephane has yet to appoint a lawyer or apply for bail.
The Roodepoort magistrates’ court had to be deep-cleaned after positive cases of COVID-19 were reported last week.
Pule’s family said they were told the case would resume on 9 July only to be informed it is scheduled for 23 July, according to the charge sheet.
The NPA has yet to comment on the reasons for the mix-up.