Morris "Captain KGB" Tshabalala has appeared in court for, among other things, allegedly stealing more than half a million rand from the police's secret service slush fund.
JOHANNESBURG - Morris "Captain KGB" Tshabalala has appeared in court on charges relating to, among other things, stealing more than half a million rand from the police&39;s secret service slush fund.
Tshabalala&39;s bail application was set down for Friday amid confusion about his employment status.
On Thursday it emerged that, despite working for the police, Tshabalala was found to have a criminal record. He was, nonetheless, still employed by the security forces.
He also appeared to have been part of the security detail at the ANC&39;s January 8 statement event at the weekend, where two heads of state were present.
WATCH: Look what IPID officers found in the boot of Morris “Captain KGB” Tshabalala. Keep an eye out for the two security tags: one is for an MKMVA event, the other, a security cluster tag for the ANC National Policy Conference in late June 2017. @eNCA pic.twitter.com/DRFs5PjUKf— Michael (@TheMikeAppel) January 18, 2018
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) has said more arrests are imminent.