Hawks Head accepts Mulaudzi’s resignation

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The Hawks National Head, Lieutenant General, Godfrey Lebeya has accepted the resignation of Hangwani Mulaudzi, the spokesperson of the police’s serious crime-fighting entity.

Mulaudzi resigned on Monday after the Democratic Alliance lodged a complaint with Police Minister Bheki Cele related to R3 million he allegedly received from the National Lottery Commission to establish a sports centre in Limpopo.

Police Spokesperson Katlego Mogale has cited personal reasons for Mulaudzi’s resignation.

“The Spokesperson of the Hawks, Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi has tendered his resignation to the National Head of the DPCI, Lieutenant General, Godfrey Lebeya for consideration. The National Head considered the resignation. The reasons for tendering the resignation is cited as personal. The National Head has accepted the resignation with immediate effect.”

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