Cop to testify in Mdluli inquiry
One of Richard Mdluli's former subordinates is expected to give testimony on Monday.
JOHANNESBURG - One of Richard Mdluli's former subordinate is expected to give testimony in the inquiry of the man the former crime intelligence head was accused of murdering.
Week two of the inquiry into Oupa Ramogibe's death starts in the Boksburg Magistrates Court on Monday.
Mdluli and three other policemen were charged with the crime, but these were withdrawn pending the outcome of the inquiry.
Sergeant Samuel Dlomo was with Ramogibe on the day he died.
Ramogibe had accompanied Dlomo to the scene where he had been shot at months earlier to do an official pointing out.
According to the police, several gunmen overpowered Dlomo and stole his service pistol.
While he was lying on the ground, Ramogibe was shot several times.
His family do not believe this version, and have accused Mdluli of plotting the murder. They also have also accused Dlomo of helping him cover it up.
Ramogibe's family believe he was killed after secretly marrying Mdluli's former lover Tshidi Buthelezi, while she was still romantically involved with the top cop.