Johannesburg - Former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks head Johan Booysen will testify at the Zondo commission on Wednesday morning.
The former Hawks official takes the stand as part of the commission's investigation into allegations of corruption within the law enforcement agencies.
Booysen has a long history within the police service. He was suspended in 2015 when former Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza took over the crime-fighting unit. Ntlemeza accused Booysen of fraud for allegedly pocketing money for shooting and killing six men.
Booysen was later reinstated after he won a High Court case challenging his suspension.
Booysen was also accused of being part of a unit, known as the "Cato Manor death squad". Some members of the unit along with Booysen were criminally charged for the work done by the unit