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'Nkandla police station an old plan'

By Sapa | Dec 11, 2012 | COMMENTS [ 86 ]

"The Inkosi... requested the SAPS [SA Police Service] to build a police station in the Ubumbano area as a result of ongoing faction fighting and crime in the area."

The construction of a police station in President Jacob Zuma's hometown of Nkandla was part of a "long process" and not linked to the upgrades to Zuma's home, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Monday.

"This construction marks the culmination of a long process that was initiated in 1995," Colonel Jay Naicker said in a statement.

"The Inkosi... requested the SAPS [SA Police Service] to build a police station in the Ubumbano area as a result of ongoing faction fighting and crime in the area."

He said the SAPS felt it necessary to "put matter into proper perspective" after the Sunday Times printed a front-page report on the station.

The newspaper reported that the "state-of-the-art" station was being built "on the doorstep of Zuma's rural homestead".

It had "established" that Zuma was updated by consultants commissioned to conduct an environmental management assessment for the station.

Nkandla has recently been in public eye, after it emerged that the president's private residence in the town was undergoing a reported R200 million upgrade.

Naicker said: " We would like to expressly intimate that there was nothing untoward in this regard as we welcome this community-police partnership demonstrated in this project.

"Rural development remains a very crucial aspect of service delivery in

the SAPS."


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there are three police stations and a satellite station within 30km radius or this station. Stop snorting the eggnog.
30km sh*t they're very far 30km is not pap ne vleis.

Dec 11, 2012 9:34 | 0 replies

Nkandla again in the news, dont we have other placesd in the country needing priority projects instead of focusing at KZN? Smell of a fish here, funding of projects enterly shifted from ohter areas to the City of Nkandla....

Dec 11, 2012 9:53 | 0 replies

Those inkosi are out of their mind and they are c.razy and c.onfused they should have argued ,That one of the c.ompound from Zooma be their o.wn police station this village of nkadla a.ccumulated so much from our tax .NOW they want another piece of our tax? f.uk them JUJU was r.ight about nkadla ppl

Dec 11, 2012 9:59 | 0 replies

They say they are going to build a ' state of the art' police station. Not a school, not a clinic. Surely every police officer in South Africa is applying for a tranfer to Inkandla police station as we speak. The best police station in South Africa with zuma pictures hanging on all four walls.
Jeeer! thy just play around with our money like a six year old spoilt kid in a supermarket.

Dec 11, 2012 10:1 | 0 replies

There is a new magistrate court being built in diepsloot, why is that not on the news??Fok everyday nwe nywe nywe zuma this zuma that.

Dec 11, 2012 10:2 | 0 replies

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Dec 11, 2012 10:3 | 0 replies

I don't have a problem with a police station. It will serve the community.

Dec 11, 2012 10:9 | 0 replies

I think i'll move to Nkandla soon...big things are about to happen there.i bet soon there will be Summit Club

Dec 11, 2012 10:13 | 0 replies

NTHAPEDI, i was thinking more of a Club ZAR.

Dec 11, 2012 10:15 | 0 replies


Now why would the 2011 census use 2001 figures?

Dec 11, 2012 9:51 | 0 replies

I still maintain that i am not going to vote for the ANC if the Spear is going to rule this country with STD 2 We are the only coyntry in the planet to have the President with Std 2 qualification we are just a shame to the international community


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Dec 11, 2012 9:51 | 0 replies