11 DECEMBER 2020
PRETORIA – A 46 year old Brigadier Rosy Resandt based at the Organised Crime of the Detective Service Head Office and her (50) year old husband Clifford appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates court following their arrest on Wednesday morning for corruption and defeating the ends of justice.
The pair handed themselves to the team of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation tasked with the investigation of criminal activities relating to Prophet Sheperd Bushiri. Their warrants of arrest were authorized yesterday in relation to an amount of R500 000.00 that was allegedly paid to the Brigadier, Colonel Katlego Mogale said.
“The investigation started as an Inquiry and it was converted into a case docket in February 2020”.
“The couple is said to have received gratification which was deposited from the ECG coffers into the Brigadier’s personal account and to her other family members in relation to a Potchefstroom rape case”.
Mogale said, “The couple’s case was postponed to 25 February 2021 and bail was set at R15 000 each and they must also comply with the following conditions:
- They are to report at the Olivienhoutbosch police station,
- Not to interfere with witnesses,
- Confined within the borders of Gauteng but only upon producing her itinerary,
- Their passports have been confiscated except for one,
- Not apply for any travel documents,
- Not to go near any port of entry or face arrest.
Those were the stringent conditions imposed by the court on the couple for their alleged involvement in fraudulent activities and defeating the ends of justice.