Gangster boss Nafiz Modak has appeared in Cape Flats’ Magistrates’ Court for corruption on suspicion of corruption. Ashley Tavisha, a member of the anti-gang unit.
The case was postponed until Monday as the state consolidated further claims.
Eric Ntabazalila, a spokesperson for the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), said the state opposes bail. Two suspects have been detained.
Modac also appeared on his own on other charges, including attempts to murder, plots to murder, and illegal possession of explosives, he said.
“In the second case, I remember applying for bail in the Parrow District Court, which was attempted to explode at the late Charleskinian home where some gang members tried to throw grenades. Related to that at home. “
The video below shows what it looks like on Monday.
Police spokesperson Katlego Mokgale said: “The suspect was arrested during an information-driven operation conducted by a national task team, a national intervention unit, and a tactical response team investigating gang-related activities. The suspect was arrested between 2019 and 2020. It is alleged that he was seduced by a person in the underworld to infiltrate an anti-gang unit and provided information on the operation of the person in the underworld in return for satisfaction. “
Meanwhile, police minister Beki Celle said the state will take strict measures against police officers involved in corruption.
Sele also congratulated police on the arrest of Modac and two other suspects.
Sele says police need to maintain something impeccable. “Being a police officer is an honorable job. Keep your blue. If you don’t want to keep your blue, we don’t hesitate to turn it into orange. Make it orange. The man who changes, the man who is one of our elite units, the man of TRT who belongs to AGU, he greedily chose to cooperate with the underworld. “
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