phiyegaTimesLive reports that suspended national police commissioner General Riah Phiyega will come under the spotlight on Tuesday as an inquiry into her fitness to hold office begins.  

The Claasen board of inquiry, which was appointed by President Jacob Zuma in October last year to look into Phiyega’s leadership role, will sit in Centurion‚ Tshwane.  Zuma established the inquiry following recommendations by Judge Ian Farlam in the Marikana report, which implicated Phiyega and other senior police officers in the bloody murders of 34 miners on 16 August 2012.

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