A Limpopo division of upper training centre supervisor, who’s a former police officer, have been rearrested for failing to adjust to the court docket order on Thursday.
The 58-year-old will seem within the Modimolle Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom on Friday for contempt of court docket following his rearrest.
In response to Hawks spokesperson, Captain Matimba Maluleke, Hawks Severe Corruption Investigation unit initially arrested the suspect primarily based in Modimolle in 2018.
He was arrested for looking for R2,500 bribe from a job seeker whom he promised employment on the division.
“After making quite a few court docket appearances, the suspect was convicted on 23 January 2020 by the Modimolle Justice of the Peace Courtroom and sentenced to three years imprisonment wholly suspended for five years.”
“The court docket had additionally ordered the suspect to pay the sufferer an quantity of R16,250 on or earlier than 31 July 2020.”
“The suspect by no means paid the sufferer till the prescribed interval lapsed.”
“The sufferer went again to report the suspect’s disobedience to the authorities. The court docket authorised a warrant of arrest in opposition to the suspect and he was rearrested at his office in Bela Bela.”
He would seem in Modimolle Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom on Friday.