The National Prosecuting Authority’s Asset Forfeiture Unit has successfully frozen assets to the tune of R13 million belonging to former Crime Intelligence boss Richard Mdluli and his co-accused in the “slush fund” corruption case. News24 reports that Mdluli, along with former Crime Intelligence supply chain manager Heine Barnard and former chief financial officer Solomon Lazarus, have been charged with multiple counts of corruption, fraud and theft relating to the alleged looting of a police slush fund between 2008 and 2012. The crimes were allegedly committed while the three men were at the helm of Crime Intelligence and in control of its secret service account.