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Jaca's fleet of irregular vehicles increases
Eyewitness News has learnt that deputy Tshwane metro police chief Ndumiso Jaca has more vehicles with...
Eyewitness News has learnt that deputy Tshwane metro police chief Ndumiso Jaca has more vehicles with registration irregularities.
On Monday an investigation showed that he used two vehicles fitted with the same false registration number BALTY GP.
The Harley Davidson belongs to a biker friend, while the BMW Z4 fitted with police lights appeared to have no licence details.
The white 1970s Vauxhall that the deputy chief sometimes doive to work was registered as a Toyota Hilux four-by-four.
According to the antis database a Mr Visser in Laingsburg owns the vehicle.
The Tshwane municipality has yet to respond to the allegations but it is understood the deputy chief and municipal management met on Monday.
The Democratic Alliance (DA)'s Karen Meyer asked why these issues had never been picked up before.
“Our own traffic officers are not just trying hard enough to pick up something like this or they just turned a blind eye because they are scared,” she said.
She has re-iterated a call for Jaca to be suspended.
(Edited by Tshepiso Moche)
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