NPA reinstates charges against former Hawks boss, reports

2016-02-19 17:46

Cape Town – The NPA has reinstated charges against former Hawks boss Anwa Dramat, former Gauteng police chief Shadrack Sibiya and Leslie Maluleke, according to reports.

According to eNCA they are expect to appear in court in the next two weeks.

Eyewitness News tweeted that the two face various charges including kidnapping.

The charges are linked to the rendition case that resulted in the torture and killing of two Zimbabweans.

More to follow.

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