Columns 29.4.2017 05:31 am

New sheriff in town Fikile Mbalula shoots from the hip

Mbalula got off to a fine start by blaming Zimbabweans for entering SA illegally to commit crimes.

There’s a new sheriff in town and the baddies better head for cover. That’s the proud boast of Police Minister Fikile Mbalula at a media briefing where he this week outlined his strategic plan.

New sheriff in town Fikile Mbalula shoots from the hip
New sheriff in town Fikile Mbalula shoots from the hip

New sheriff in town Fikile Mbalula shoots from the hip

Mbalula got off to a fine start by blaming Zimbabweans for entering SA illegally to commit crimes.

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