Joburg anti-corruption boss on leave as SSA launches probe
City of Joburg acting manager has alleged that Shadrack Sibiya engaged in unlawful procurement
The head of the City of Johannesburg’s (CoJ) anti-corruption unit, Gen Shadrack Sibiya, has gone on voluntary leave pending investigations into his conduct regarding allegations he unlawfully procured intelligence-gathering tools.
Sibiya’s absence from work comes as the State Security Agency (SSA) confirmed on Tuesday it had received a referral from the Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence (OIGI) to investigate Sibiya’s alleged conduct in connection with a complaint laid by suspended CoJ acting city manager Floyd Brink.
Mava Scott, SSA spokesperson, said the matter was received by the office of the director-general and has been given attention. ..