Lerato Kganyago’s husband Thami Ndlala is set to take a stand in the specialised Commission Crimes Court in Pretoria this month in a case of extortion against a suspended Hawks official.
Ndlala opened the case against the official he accused of demanding R100 000. He is set to give evidence to prove his innocence after he was accused of buying a Range Rover using fraudulent documents.
The National Prosecuting Authority spokesperson Ms Lumka Mahanjana confirmed the court appearance but said she was not at liberty to divulge details of the suspects.
The accused said he only discovered that there was a case of extortion against him when he arrested Thami Ndlala. He said his boses told him about the charges which came as a shock to him.