Johannesburg - Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo wants SA Police Service (SAPS) officials to explain what has been done about allegations of corruption and bribery against a KwaZulu-Natal policeman who is alleged to be still on the job.
Zondo said on Friday that the allegations made by former KZN Hawks boss General Johan Booysen against Colonel Navin Madhoe were concerning and what was more disturbing were the allegations that SAPS had not done anything to address to the claims.
Booysen had testified that Madhoe had attempted to bribe him with a payment of over R1 million for him to assist in dropping a case against a Durban businessman.
Madhoe was arrested during a sting operation where he had met with Booysen and placed a bag filled with money in the boot of Booysen’s car. There were a recording and footage of the deal yet little was done to discipline Madhoe. Booysen said Madhoe had interdicted a disciplinary hearing that was meant to deal with allegations.
Booysen had also testified that national prosecuting authority head in KZN Moipone Noko had dropped the corruption charges against Madhoe months after she was appointed.