DURBAN – KwaZulu-Natal Hawks boss Johan Booysen is due in the High Court in Durban today on charges of racketeering.
He’ll appear alongside 27 former members of the Cato Manor Organised Crime Unit.
They’re facing more than 100 charges for allegedly carrying out hits during the KZN taxi wars.
If he’s convicted, Booysen faces 25 years in jail.
Last year the very same court dismissed the charges.
The NPA won’t say if there’s any new evidence to justify reinstating them.
Booysen has previously claimed the racketeering charges are politically motivated.