Police Corruption Case Postponed

Written by on 30 April, 2021

By: Lindelani Mbatha

The Palm Ridge Specialised Crimes Court has postponed the multimillion rand police blue lights case to the 30th of June.

The matter relates to a contract to supply emergency warning equipment for the South African Police Services in 2017.

The contract was worth R191 million rand, however, only R65 million was paid to the service provider, Instrumentation for Traffic Law enforcement (Pty) Ltd.

The accused are facing charges of corruption, fraud, theft, and money laundering told the court they had received further disclosure.

Investigating Directorate National Spokesperson, Sindisiwe Seboka, explains,

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