Police dismiss claims top cop in Meyiwa case quit
The captain recommended everyone who was in the house on the day Meyiwa was killed should be charged.
JOHANNESBURG - The police have dismissed reports that a captain investigating the Senzo Meyiwa murder case has quit.
According to weekend reports, Captain Joyce Buthelezi made recommendations to a committee dealing with the case that everyone who was in the house on the day Meyiwa was killed should be charged with perjury and defeating the ends of justice.
It's alleged the captain received death threats after her recommendations.
The Bafana Bafana captain was shot and killed in October last year at the home of his girlfriend's mother in Vosloorus.
The police's Solomon Makgale said, "There were specific tasks that she was given to do, like any other team member is given tasks. So she's delivering on those tasks and she is still part of the team."