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NEWS – Corrupt Police Still in Service

NEWS – Corrupt Police Still in Service

A total of 22 police officers are still in service, despite them being implicated in a R56-million police vehicle marking tender.  42 people in total are facing a range of charges of corruption, fraud, money laundering, theft, and perjury amongst others.  The court case has been postponed to March 2021.  Initial investigations did uncover massive looting of state funds through cover quoting and fraudulent processing of contracts to unlawfully award the same supplier who had numerous companies registered on the South African Police Service’s supplier database.  The state requested a postponement to finalise its forensic investigations.  The accused were all released on bail of R5,000.  Meanwhile, the accused officers are facing disciplinary procedures.


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