Njamela told her story to a "People's Commission of Inquiry" set up by the Social Justice Coalition (SJC) outside the Cape High Court on Monday. This followed the delay of the official Commission of Inquiry established by Premier Helen Zille. The premier's Commission of Inquiry was established following demands in 2011 by several civil society organisations including the SJC. It has been delayed because the Minister of Police, Nathi Mthethwa has filed papers with the Cape High Court trying to interdict it from proceeding. The interdict hearing will be held in December and so the official Commission is on hold until at least then. Monday was supposed to be the first day the official Commission, which is being chaired by former Constitutional Court judge Kate O'Regan and former head of the National Prosecuting Authority Vusi Pikoli, would hear testimonies. The "People's Commission" was set up by the SJC to show their dissatisfaction at official commission being delayed.