Johannesburg - The Zondo commission will on Thursday morning continue hearing evidence related to the looting of the crime intelligence secret service account.
Hawks official Colonel Kobus Roelofse will take the stand for a third day at the inquiry.
On Wednesday, Roelofse told the commission about his investigation into the swindling of millions from the crime intelligence (CI) secret service account. The account is meant to fund special operations for the unit and is not meant for personal lifestyles.
The bulk of Roelofse’s evidence relies on information provided by former crime intelligence official Colonel Dhanajaya Naidoo. Naidoo blew the whistle and has been under witness protection for years.
Roelofse told the inquiry how former crime intelligence chief financial officer General Solly Lazarus approved the use of the secret service account for the purchase of vehicles for crime intelligence officials, which was illegal according to Roelofse.