JOHANNESBURG – Former acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane is expected to hand himself over to the authorities on Thursday.
He’s expected to face corruption and money-laundering charges in the Specialised Commercial Crimes court.
Charges against Phahlane, his wife and the businessman relate to cars the couple received – allegedly as part of a corrupt scheme.
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In December, police raided seven properties linked to Phahlane, his wife and police contractor Keith Keating.
It’s alleged that Keating’s company, Forensic Data Analysts, received R5-billion in contracts since 2010.
The Ipid alleges that Keating paid for vehicles for Phahlane and his family.