Police brass had meeting with fraud, tender corruption suspect

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Police brass had meeting with fraud, tender corruption suspect
Police brass had meeting with fraud, tender corruption suspect. Photo: Die Vryburger

Claims have been made that the national police commissioner, Khehla Sithole, and three top police officers attended a meeting with a police supplier who is being investigated for fraud and tender corruption.

The meeting with Inbanathan Kistah, Director of I-view Integrated Solutions, took place at the Courtyard Hotel in Pretoria on December 13, 2017. It was a few days before the ANC conference and in February 2018 the Independent Police Investigation Directorate expressed the suspicion that the meeting was part of an attempt to acquire money from Crime Intelligence’s account.

The money would be used to buy votes at the ANC conference.

The national police commissioner, Ntombenhje Vuma, the national deputy commissioner, Lebeoana Tsumane, the acting crime intelligence regional commissioner, Bhoyi Ngcobo, and the former police adviser, Mbindwane, were the “delegates” who met with Kistah.

R45 million has been paid to I-View.

Police spokesperson Vishnu Naidoo has evaded any questions surrounding the purpose of the meeting. The question about buying votes has still not been answered.

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