JOHANNESBURG - The debasement instance of previous Crime Intelligence head Richard Mdluli and two other blamed has on Tuesday been deferred in the High Court in Pretoria.
Mdluli, alongside previous production network supervisor Heine Barnard and ex-state security CFO Solomon Lazarus are confronting debasement, extortion and robbery allegations carried out when they were at the Crime Intelligence.
They're blamed for manhandling the unit's slush reserve where cash was spent on informal excursions to China and Singapore and the private utilization of witness security houses among different violations.
Exploring directorate representative Sindisiwe Seboka said the matter would heard again on 7 September 2021.
"The matter was delayed with Mdluli in court, be that as it may, the other two charged were absent because of COVID-19-related issues. Mdluli is as yet anticipating criticism for State financing while Barnard and Lazarus have likewise applied for State legitimate subsidizing."
We ought to see what will happen next.
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