Mdluli and co corruption trial postponed

This is to allow the former crime intelligence boss to get a response on his state funding application.

2021-06-18 12:11:00 PM

JUST IN: The court was meant to hear if Richard Mdluli had managed to get state legal support after the high court gave him a month to apply for funding.

This is to allow the former crime intelligence boss to get a response on his state funding application.

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