The investigation into allegations of mismanagement at Robben Island Museum has been sufficient, and disciplinary processes now need to take place.

This was revealed by the chairperson of the museum council, Khensani MalulLeke, yesterday.

Back in 2018,  the Ex-Political Prisoners’ Association filed complaints of mismanagement at the museum.

Maluleke said, “So at this point in time we can confirm that the investigation revealed evidence which sustains a prima facie case for disciplinary steps, in relation to one of the allegations. Out of respect of the RIM employees concerned, potential witnesses and the integrity of the disciplinary process as a whole, no further information can responsibly be provided at this stage”.