A former police commissioner in KwaZulu-Natal and a police captain who are allegedly connected to a 2010 tender fraud are expected to hand themselves over at the Durban Central Police Station on Monday morning.
The two are the remaining suspects in the corruption case involving controversial Durban businessman Thoshan Panday and Police Colonel Navin Madhoe who were arrested and appeared in court on Friday.
All four accused are linked to a R47 million fraudulent police accommodation tender awarded during the 2010 World Cup.
Panday and Madhoe were granted bail of R100 000 and R10 000 respectively.
NPA Spokesperson, Sipho Ngwema, says once the two remaining suspects have presented themselves at the police station they will be processed to the Durban Magistrate’s Court for a bail application.
“Two suspects are supposed to hand themselves over t at 8 o’ clock on Monday at the Durban central police station. this is in connection with the R47 million d corruption case that is in connection with the world cup. There were two suspects that appeared last week’s already on Thursday. They were released on bail so the two suspects will appear in court probably later on Monday after they have surrendered themselves at the central police station.”
In the video below, Warrant of arrest issued for former KZNl police commissioner Mmamonya Ngobeni:
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