Cosatu demands investigation into Shaik’s parole
By Lelethu Mquqo
16 March 2011
The Congress of South African Trade Unions says there are grounds for concern that President Jacob Zuma’s former financial advisor Schabir Shaik has been getting preferential treatment.
An allegedly terminally ill Shaik remains standing some two years after he was granted medical parole.
Cosatu spokesperson Patrick Craven has welcomed Shaik’s re-arrest earlier this week.
He wants a full investigation into the convicted fraudster’s parole