EASTERN CAPE COMMUNITY SAFETY DIRECTOR NEIL NAIDOO’S R3.5 MILLION BRIBERY CASE SET FOR TRIAL NEXT YEAR

EASTERN CAPE COMMUNITY SAFETY DIRECTOR NEIL NAIDOO’S R3.5 MILLION BRIBERY CASE SET FOR TRIAL NEXT YEAR

The Eastern Cape Community Safety Director Neil Naidoo’s multimillion bribery matter has been set down for trial from 15-19 January 2024. The trial will be held in the East London Regional Court.

Naidoo stands accused with Businessperson Kenny Govender and Matthew Pillay. The trio is alleged to have attempted to bribe investigating officials attached to the NPA’s Investigating Directorate, with R3.5m. The alleged bribery was an attempt to halt their investigation into a R69m national police tender that they were allegedly involved in.

The trio faces charges of corruption and defeating the ends of justice.

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