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  • Unemployed are warned on jobs-for-payment scams

    As the consequences of the lockdown hit the economy and unemployment increases, the public has been warned to beware of fraudsters offering jobs in return for money.

  • Woman who allegedly defrauded SASSA of millions granted bail

    A woman believed to have defrauded the South African Social Securities Agency (SASSA) of millions, has been granted bail, following her court appearance in KwaZulu-Natal on Wednesday 26 August. 

    The investigating officer from the Provincial Commercial Crime Unit conducted an

  • Another arrest in fraud case involving Standard Bank employee

    A third person has been detained by the Directorate for Priority Crimes Investigation (Hawks) in connection with alleged fraud of R1-million perpetrated by an employee at the Standard Bank branch in Harrismith in the Free State.

    Bongani Innocent Mazibuko (38),

  • Former municipal manager and CFO to appear in court

    The Hawks’ Serious Commercial Crime Investigation team has served a former Eden District Municipality Manager and a former Chief Financial Officer with summons to appear in the George Regional Court on 10 November 2020. The pair will appear for alleged

  • Reserve Bank to challenge Msiza court ruling

    The South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) intends filing an application for leave to appeal a judgement by the Pretoria High Court, which found that the African National Congress’ (ANC) former treasurer in Limpopo, Danny Msiza was wrongfully named in the

  • ‘This thieving has to stop’

    Former finance minister Trevor Manuel has come out strongly against the latest corruption allegations which have surfaced in recent weeks and has called on current minister Tito Mboweni to act and stop further looting.

    Manuel was on eNCA reacting to

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