Two KZN cops in court for ‘cash for jobs’ corruption

The Hawks in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) on Thursday arrested two police officials aged 36 and 39 for corruption.

Hawks spokesperson, Captain Simphiwe Mhlongo said the two constables were allegedly luring people to pay them cash in order to get a job at the Durban Metro Police.

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“One of the accused is working for Durban Metro Police [DMP] and the other one is working for the South African Police Service [SAPS] stationed at King Shaka International Airport.

“An amount of up to R350 000.00 was deposited by different victims to a certain personal account belonging to one of the accused. They were both charged for corruption and are expected to appear in the Durban Magistrate’s Court today,” Mhlongo said.

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