Top cop Phahlane says willing to undergo lifestyle audit
Acting National Police Commissioner Kgomotso Phahlane also told Parliament's Police Portfolio Committee that he's going to court over Ipid's investigation into his conduct.
PARLIAMENT - Acting National Police Commissioner Kgomotso Phahlane says he's willing to undergo a lifestyle audit.
He's also told Parliament's Police Portfolio Committee that he's going to court over the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) investigation into his conduct and claims he is on a list of targets drawn up by private investigator Paul O'Sullivan.
O'Sullivan laid the complaint against Phahlane with the police watchdog which is investigating allegations of corruption and defeating the ends of justice against Phahlane.
Phahlane was asked whether he would submit to a lifestyle audit, as he seemed confident of his innocence:
“Seeing I have been given a top secret clearance, that means I have gone through the process. However if required to do so again that should not be an issue.”
(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)