Badul: fraud and theft case put off till April 1

2010-03-04 00:00

THE fraud and theft case against former SA Police Services director Hariram Badul (60) and his five co-accused was yesterday postponed until April 1 for further investigation.

Badul, who is a former station commissioner at Mountain Rise police station, was granted bail of R5 000 last week by high court Judge Jerome Mnguni.

He appeared in court yesterday walking with the aid of a crutch.

He was previously wheelchair-bound following surgery for a tumour attached to his heart.

Badul’s co-accused are Superintendent Yunus Khan and Captain Suresh Naraindath, civilian Sigamoney Pillay, who owns a Northdale fish shop, Constable Patrick Nkabini and an SAPS administration clerk, Edward Isaac. All are on bail of between R10 000 and R3 000.

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