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Former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli is seen outside the South Gauteng High Court.
Former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli is seen outside the South Gauteng High Court.
Felix Dlangamandla, Gallo Images, Netwerk24

A scathing indictment has detailed how former Crime Intelligence boss Richard Mdluli allegedly looted the Secret Service account and made sure that several members of his family were appointed as agents.

The 74-page indictment released on Tuesday has laid bare the National Prosecuting Authority's (NPA) case against Mdluli and his co-accused who are facing several charges of corruption and fraud.

Mdluli's co-accused - former Crime Intelligence chief financial officer Solomon Lazarus and former supply chain manager Heine Barnard - briefly appeared in the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday, where the case was provisionally postponed to February next year.

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