The disciplinary inquiry was to look at 10 charges of misconduct listed on a “notice to appear at a disciplinary hearing” letter issued on June 12.
For taking an unauthorised trip to China from November 6 to 14, 2009.
For “wilfully or negligently” mismanaging state finances by taking his ex-wife along on a trip to China, using R53 111 from the Secret Service Account.
Taking along a non-SAPS employee, wife Theresa Lyons, on a trip to Singapore between November 21 and 29, 2009. That trip was also not authorised and R46 809 of the Secret Service Account was used to buy a business-class ticket for Lyons.
Hiring his former wife, Lyons and two of his children in the crime intelligence division knowing they lacked experienced for positions in a “highly specialised environment”.
Using R150 209.12 of the secret service account for renovations to his Dawn Park home in Boksburg.
Using R84 199 from the secret service account to fly his wife, children and parents.
Leasing his Gordons Bay house to the crime intelligence division at R8 500 a month from February 2010 to January 2013, when the house was not used for crime intelligence purposes. – Omphitlhetse Mooki