Mdluli expected back in court

2016-07-25 07:20
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Johannesburg - Former Crime Intelligence boss Richard Mdluli and former policeman Mthembeni Mthunzi are expected to appear in court on Monday on charges relating to the 1999 kidnapping and murder of Oupa Ramogibe‚ who was married to Mdluli’s former lover Tshidi Buthelezi

Previously Mdluli denied claims that he had kept two dockets, implicating him in an attempted murder and a kidnapping case, locked in a safe in his office.

Mdluli's lawyer, Ike Motloung, told the High Court sitting in Palm Ridge that his client categorically denied the claims made by former Lieutenant Colonel Christo de Goede.

De Goede earlier testified that he found the dockets shortly after taking over as acting branch commander of the Vosloorus police station in 1999, after Mdluli was transferred to George.

The two are facing charges of on charges of intimidation, kidnapping and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

Both of the men pleaded not guilty.

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