Retired SAPS employees involved in R56m car markings case released on bail

Two retired Silverton Police Station staff who had been arrested for a multi-millionaire police automobile branding case have been launched on bail.

The duo surrendered themselves following courtroom look of greater than 30 of their former colleagues related  to the R56 million police branding case.

They had been launched on bail of R5,000.

The Police Particular Job Workforce, below the auspices of the Investigating Directorate of the NPA, not too long ago arrested lots of them within the R56 million police branding case.

It was recalled {that a} comparable motion was carried out in June.

Samson Mashele, a retired police Warrant Officer, and Joseph Manyoko, a retired Admin clerk, willingly offered themselves on the Silverton Police Station on Wednesday.

The 2 retirees at the moment are accused quantity 37 and 38 within the case.

They each appeared on fees of fraud, cash laundering, corruption and theft.

“The 2 additionally stands accused of aiding in cowl quoting contracts handed out by the South African Police Providers (SAPS) valued in whole of R29 million to different accused within the case.”

“The allegations relate to contracts for the set up of palisades fencing, restore of state autos, gardening providers, portray providers and servicing of forklifts.”

“In addition they implicated within the R56 million police automobile branding case.

“5 different co-accused handed themselves over to the police on the 02 September and appeared on the identical day.”

“Fifteen different co-accused appeared on Monday 31 August and had been all granted R5,000 bail every.”

“The primary group of sixteen accused appeared in June on the identical fees,” mentioned NPA in a press release.

The 38 accused can be again in courtroom on September 29.

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