Former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks boss Johan Booysen will testify when the state capture inquiry resumes on Wednesday.
He’s expected to detail how he was forced out the crime-fighting body for handling high-profile cases involving politically connected individuals.
Booysen was arrested in 2012, accused of heading the so-called “Cato Manor death squad”.
On Tuesday, former Ipid head Robert McBride told the state capture inquiry the police service needs a drastic change.
He’s warned the crime-fighting service won’t rise unless patronage falls.
McBride predicted criminal syndicates and politicians will continue exploiting police unless the system is overhauled.
He also criticised the NPA under its former boss, Shaun Abrahams.
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