Booysen links Zuma relatives to controversial businessman

Two Zuma relatives are linked to controversial businessman Thoshan Panday according to former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks boss Johan Booysen.

JOHANNESBURG - Former KZN Hawks head Johan Booysen will continue his state capture inquiry testimony on Thursday.

On Wednesday, Booysen testified that two Zuma relatives are linked to controversial businessman Thoshan Panday.

He’s testified on suspected corruption between Panday and police.

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He told the Zondo Commission of a meeting with former President Jacob Zuma's son, Edward.

Booysen said Edward Zuma asked him to unfreeze R15-million because he was in business with Panday.

The money was frozen during an investigation into the controversial Kwazulu-Natal businessman.

He said he refused to release the money as that would amount to corruption.

Booysen was arrested in 2012, accused of heading the so-called “Cato Manor death squad”.