‘I’m also scared’: Minister Bheki Cele shocked Mzansi after he revealed that he is also afraid of the person who paid R8OOK for AKA to be kiIIed. See who here

Minister Bheki Cele’s Allusion to Gcaba Brothers: Unpacking Allegations and the AKA Murder Case

Amidst the controversy surrounding the alleged involvement of KwaZulu-Natal’s Gcaba brothers in the murder of rapper AKA, Minister of Police Bheki Cele’s recent remarks have ignited speculation and raised questions about his stance on the notorious family.

In a viral video that resurfaced recently, Cele expressed apprehension about certain individuals without explicitly naming them, leaving many to wonder if he was referring to the Gcaba brothers.

The Gcaba family, well-known for their dominance in the taxi industry in KZN and their familial ties to former president Jacob Zuma, has found themselves at the center of a high-profile case involving the murder of AKA and his friend Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane.

The National Prosecuting Authority shocked South Africans by alleging that Sydney Mfundo Gcaba, one of the brothers, orchestrated the hit on AKA, reportedly transferring over R800,000 to the hit coordinator.

The allegations, heard in the Durban Magistrates Court, have sent shockwaves throughout the country, implicating several individuals, including Lindokuhle Mkhwanazi, Siyanda Myeza, Mziwethemba Gwabeni, and the Gcaba brothers Lindani and Lindokuhle Ndimande. Additionally, Siyabonga and Malusi Ndimande, siblings of the Ndimande brothers, are in the process of extradition from Eswatini.

The intricate web of allegations includes charges of conspiracy to commit murder, murder, attempted murder, unlawful possession of firearms, ammunition, and money laundering. The state prosecutor, Advocate Elvis Gcweka, revealed damning evidence, including bank transfers and cellphone records, implicating Sydney Mfundo Gcaba in the financial aspects of the crime.

In light of these developments, Minister Bheki Cele’s remarks in the resurfaced video have garnered attention. While Cele did not explicitly name the Gcaba brothers, his expression of fear towards certain individuals has sparked speculation. Some media outlets have even suggested a possible connection between Cele and the Gcaba family, alleging a history of association and collaboration.

Reports from various sources have surfaced, alleging that Cele and the Gcaba brothers share a relationship beyond mere acquaintanceship. Claims have been made regarding contracts awarded to the Gcaba family during Cele’s tenure as National Commissioner of the SAPS, raising concerns about potential conflicts of interest and impropriety.


As the investigation into the AKA murder case continues and allegations against the Gcaba brothers unfold, questions linger about the extent of Minister Bheki Cele’s involvement and his stance on the matter. The unfolding events serve as a stark reminder of the complexities and challenges faced in combating crime and corruption within South Africa’s political and law enforcement spheres.

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