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There’s been mixed reaction to the young man, who some call the “Robin Hood” of the township. Mawela, 51, worked his way up through the ranks, first serving at various police stations in Gauteng as a detective commander and station commander. Mawela replaces Lieutenant-General Deliwe de Lange, who resigned in October after she and four others were implicated in tender fraud, relating to police blue lights.Mawela gave a short speech: “I will do everything in my vested power to protect the people of Gauteng.” Before the announcement police had held a roadblock in Mamelodi, arresting 26 wanted criminals.Residents spoke of the man they suspected was being referred to, saying he was well known in the community, and that the mere mention of his name struck fear into the hearts of many taxi operators and business people.They said he was a taxi boss accused of running an extortion ring, which forced entrepreneurs to pay him a “protection fee”. He chases away foreigners who deal in drugs and prostitution,” said one. One businessman said he heard how the man targeted businesses and extorted money from them. We as business people are scared.” Cele said: “We are watching him closely. We are on to him” Regarding the new provincial commissioner, Cele said Mawela was a seasoned, career police officer who would use his experience to nail criminals.
Jacques Naude/African News Agency (ANA)PREMIER David Makhura yesterday pulled no punches during the announcement of the new Gauteng police commissioner, promising to deal with a man dubbed Mamelodi’s No 1 Tsotsi. Cele announced that Lieutenant-General Elias Mawela had been appointed new police commissioner of Gauteng.
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