Johannesburg – Former transport division Director General George Mahlalela and three co-blamed showed up in the Pretoria Particular Commercial Crimes Court on Monday on charges of extortion, defilement and government evasion, the Hawks said.
Mahlalela supposedly initiated the restoration of the eNaTIS contract without taking after legitimate system while he was chief general, Birds of prey representative Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said. “The Hawks examination has uncovered that not long after the agreement was recharged, Tasima (Pty) Ltd, an organization that claims eNaTIS, stored a great many rand to Mahlalela’s financial balance.”
His co-charged Zakhele Gilbert Thwala, 56, Sibusiso Justin Ncube, 48 what’s more, Tebogo Kgosietsile Trevor Mphuti, 45, likewise professedly profited.
The four were discharged on R10 000 safeguard each on Monday and the case was put off to 20 July one year from now to take into account further
examination, said Mulaudzi.