Johannesburg - Disgraced ex-crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli said he did nothing wrong and has no qualms about appearing before the state capture commission of inquiry.
Mdluli appeared in the Johannesburg High Court on Thursday, where sentencing procedures for his kidnapping and assault case were postponed to November.
Referring to the explosive testimony from Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) senior investigator Kobus Roelofse at the state capture inquiry, Mdluli said he would not comment on matters that concerned classified information.
"I can only comment at the right time, such as what I did when I was in office. I briefed Parliament, the inspector general and so on. Those are the areas where one can be able to explain what is happening in that environment," Mdluli told SABC news.
"You do not just go publicly to talk about covert activities affecting the country...I cannot comment on that. I do not have a problem appearing...I can even go tomorrow."