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JACKIE Selebi's former personal assistant yesterday contradicted the former national police commissioner's earlier evidence.
Eunice Grové, who worked for Selebi when he was national police commissioner, denied the existence of a gift registry in which all gifts received by the then commissioner were recorded.
She also, contrary to Selebi's claims, denied that a stamp bearing his signature was used to approve financial claims, saying it was only used to stamp Christmas cards.
Selebi is accused of corruption and defeating the ends of justice. The state alleges that he took bribes from drug dealer Glen Agliotti and murdered mining magnate Brett Kebble's family and in return ensured they were not investigated or arrested for shady dealings.
Agliotti testified that he gave Selebi more than R1million and spent hundreds of thousands on gifts and taking him and his family on shopping sprees.
Grové's brief testimony followed Selebi's former spokesperson, Brigadier Sally de Beer's, testimony on events that led to the first allegations of corruption against him being made public.
Deputy police commissioner André Pruis is set to take the witness stand today.