Phiyega's spokesperson denies allegations
Prostitutes reportedly freely ply their trade at the former NPA spokesperson's premises.
JOHANNESBURG - Police Chief Riah Phiyega's spokesperson Makhosini Nkosi on Sunday dismissed allegations that he secretly runs a brothel in a suburb in Johannesburg, claiming it is a lodge.
The Sunday Times reported that prostitutes freely ply their trade at the former National Prosecuting Authority's (NPA) spokesperson's premises in Randburg.
Nkosi said The Sunday Times was trying to damage Piyega's reputation.
The newspaper reported that Nkosi and Associates is not only a communications company offering services to the police chief but also charges for regular sex sessions.
Nkosi said the property in question is a lodge and a venue for hire for business which hosts various sorts of parties such as bachelor and bachelorette parties.
The fomer NPA spokesperson told Eyewitness News , he will not comment further on the matter adding that his attorney advised him not to do so.