One of the two officers in the Thoshan Panday tender fraud and corruption case has handed himself over to police at the Durban Central Police Station.
The accused is said to be a Police Captain. The remaining accused who is a KwaZulu-Natal former Police Commissioner is set to also present herself shortly.
The two were asked to hand themselves over on Monday by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). They are the remaining suspects in the corruption case of 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 they expect the bail hearing to start after the tea break.
“The first suspect reported earlier around 08:00 the second one is expected around 09:00 from there they will proceed to the Durban Magistrate’s Court where the bail proceedings are expected to start around 11:30,” says Ngwema.
In the video below, a former KwaZulu-Natal Police Commissioner expected to be arrested
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