The founder of Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) and the Shepherd Bushiri Ministries International Shepherd Huxley Bushiri also known as prophet Bushiri or Major one mystery permanent residency co-worker assistant found.
Bushiri is on the run in Malawi after skipping bail in South Africa, where he faced 8 charges of rape, 2 charges of fraud and 2 counts of money laundering.
After His arrest, questions were raised by the department of home affairs on how Bushiri managed to obtain permanent residency in South Africa during his stay in the country.
After further Chief Director Ronney Marhule who recommended that Shepherd Bushiri and his family (two kids and wife) should be issued with Permanent Residence Permits to the church founder and his family.
The permit Chief Director Ronney Marhule who recommended that Shepherd Bushiri and his family (two kids and wife) should be issued with Permanent Residence Permits which they did not deserve has been dismissed from the Department of Home Affairs with immediate effect.
Marhule tried dismissing the disciplinary process on at least three occasions at the Labour Court and at the Labour Appeal Court.
Marhule was found guilty on two counts of misconduct relating to dishonesty and negligence after a lengthy disciplinary hearing which lasted for almost a year.
The accused has been charged, on two counts and is currently facing Gross Dishonesty, Gross Negligence, Non-compliance with the Immigration Act, Regulations and Standard Operating Procedures
The second count related to recommending the approval of the Permanent Residence Permit applications of Mr Mohamed Afzal Motiwala and Ms Fatima Ebrahim.
The Chairperson of the Disciplinary Hearing found that Marhule showed no remorse and that the “relationship of trust between the employer and the employee has broken down and cannot be restored”.
“The outcome of this disciplinary hearing is taking us closer to ensuring that we bring to an end irregular practices and decisions by Home Affairs officials within the system. We are cracking down on all forms of irregularities wherever we find them at Home Affairs,” said Minister Aaron Motsoaledi.
Minister Motsoaledi said that the Department is committed to ensuring clean governance.