Man asks Hawks to investigate his cop wife: ‘She is in corrupt activities with ANC officials’

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'My wife received a large amount of money'
'My wife received a large amount of money'
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A Limpopo man has asked the police’s elite unit, the Hawks, to investigate how his wife was gifted large sums of money and went on holidays with a well-known ANC member in the province.

The 51-year-old man deposed an affidavit with the SA Police Service (SAPS) in which he requested the police to investigate the source of the money that his wife, a warrant officer in the SAPS, allegedly brought to their home in plastic bags.

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