Richard Mdluli to be charged again

2014-06-08 15:00

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City Press has learnt that suspended police crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli could be charged again any day.

The National Prosecuting Authority’s decision to drop two sets of criminal charges against Mdluli was recently overturned by the Supreme Court of Appeal.

It is understood that Hawks investigating officer Colonel Kobus Roelofse from the Western Cape has been in Joburg for two weeks finalising an indictment against Mdluli.

City Press has also learnt Mdluli has lost one of his key allies.

Major General Solly Lazarus, the crime intelligence unit’s chief financial officer, was fired last week by police commissioner General Riah Phiyega.

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