>Those in public administration, which includes the judiciary, >are expected to have a high standard of professional ethics >which they must promote and maintain. It goes without saying, >then, that those occupying the top rungs of constitutional >structures should be role models and exemplify the norms and >values prescribed by the Constitution for holders of such >offices. If such conduct is not displayed at that level, it >is unlikely to be enforced at lower levels. The efficacy of >law and order hinges on the credibility and integrity of the >police and courts. In a country with sky-high crime levels, >those entrusted with administering law and order need to be >beyond reproach. Where would discipline be in school if the >head teachers were openly linked to crime syndicates of which >the headmaster was aware but failed to investigate and appeared >to condone? >In the case of the National Police Commissioner, Jackie Selebi, >his appointment, made in 2000, was inappropriate. He was the >first commissioner who did not come from a police background. As >far back as 2003 he was named in a dossier compiled by the >Scorpions as having played golf, holidayed and dined with >gangsters and criminals. He accepted expensive gifts from the >late controversial tycoon Brett Kebble and from Kebbles friend, >Glenn Agliotti, who is facing narcotics charges, and has been >implicated in Kebbles murder. According to the Sunday Times >of September 30, despite denials, a warrant for Selebis arrest >does exist and relates to charges of corruption and defeating >the ends of justice.
If Selebi was an interpol official, wouldn't this be all over the press ?
Would 'they' have given him such a position for PeeCee reasons, like they all loved Mugabe for 'liberating' Rhodesia ?