Exposed! Someone Was Paid R740,000 To Eliminate Public Protector


SA’s Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela isn’t free to move about like most of us. Her life is threatened, she’s constantly watching her back and practically living in fear.

As culled from a Sunday Time report, the Public Protector has upgraded her security measures and as well, restricted her movement following a tip-off she received from a trusted informant who divulged a plot to assassinate her.

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BuzzSouthAfrica learnt that the informant is a known police officer. He reportedly warned Madonsela that a well-known Western Cape gang boss had been paid to do away with her.

The Western Cape gang boss was allegedly paid R740,000 to eliminate SA’s Public Protector. As such, a plot was sketched for three hit-men to kill Madonsela next month.

It was planned that the hit will happen like a car accident in order to avoid the intuition that she was murdered.

While Madonsela told Sunday Times that she alerted the police and informed them that her life is endangered, she disclosed that she received a similar info the previous month about an agenda to kill her.

According to her, she was getting set to go to the International Jazz Festival in Cape Town when she received a message from an informant who warned her to watch her back, that her life is as stake.

The informant thereafter, reported the threat to Madonsela’s life to the Western Cape Community Safety MEC – Dan Plato.

Plato confirmed this and related that the informant handed the available information on the issue to him.

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The big question is – who wants Madonsela dead? The answer isn’t far-fetched if you regard the atrocious corrupt incidents exposed of late in South Africa. It’s either:

  1. Those she exposed their shady deals
  2. Those she’s about to expose their shady deals

Be warned, BuzzSouthAfrica wouldn’t be responsible of any consequences that may emanate from naming names.

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