The younger brother of slain suspected South African drug kingpin, Yaganathan Pillay, also known as a Teddy Mafia, has spoken out against what he says are corrupt police, saying they were the reason for the violent mob justice meted out to two men believed to be behind Pillay’s death. Times Live reports that speaking during his brother’s funeral on Thursday 59 year-old Ronnie Pillay claimed there was a drug war taking place in Durban’s Shallcross and that police had done nothing to make any arrests in relation to the eight murders which had occurred since December 2019. He went on to claim there were links between certain “drug lords” in Durban and senior police officials, claiming the rot stretched as far as senior officials in Pretoria.