Organised agriculture has many questions for new police commissioner
10:30 (GMT+2), Thu, 21 June 2012
By Lloyd Phillips
South Africa’s farmers’ unions are keen to meet the new National Police Commissioner, Mangwashi Phiyegi, to find out her plans on dealing with rural safety and security concerns.
While the unions would have preferred a NPC who had risen through police ranks and therefore had a good understanding of SA’s crime problems, they respected Phiyegi’s extensive managerial experience in the civilian sector. Concerns raised by the farmers’ unions included farm murders, stock theft and the lack of commandoes.
Read the full story in the 29 June 2012 issue of FW.