Zuma will not be arrested yet despite arrest warrant

While a warrant of arrest has been issued against former president Jacob Zuma, it won’t be executed before he is due to appear in court again in May. The KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Pietermaritzburg acceded to a request to issue a warrant of arrest for Zuma for non-attendance at his[…]

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Fasieg Adams nabbed on fraud charges

Fasieg Adams, a disgraced imam at the centre of several hajj and umrah scandals, did not appear in court on Monday, following his arrest on fraud charges over the weekend. Adams did not make it the Wynberg Magistrates court due to allegedly being sick, resulting in the case being postponed.[…]

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More people implicated in Eskom fraud case

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) says more people have been implicated in the Eskom fraud case. On Thursday, Eskom’s former senior managers, Abram Masango, France Hlakudi together with two business directors Antonio Jose Trindade and Hudson Kgomoeswana appeared in court in the Johannesburg Regional Court. They face charges of fraud, corruption and[…]

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Israeli PM Netanyahu defiant after being charged with corruption

A defiant Benjamin Netanyahu rejected all allegations of fraud on Thursday, vowing to stay on as the leader in Israel despite being indicted on a series of corruption charges. Netanyahu denounced what he called the “false” and “politically motivated” allegations, hours after being charged by the attorney general with bribery, fraud and breach of trust. He denied[…]

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NSFAS staffers arrested for allegedly stealing student funds

Three National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) employees were arrested in Cape Town on Tuesday for allegedly diverting students’ money into their personal accounts, NSFAS said on Wednesday. “The employees were all arrested on allegations of fraud relating to diverting student allowances to their personal accounts,” said a statement issued[…]

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Al Noor founder granted bail

The founder of the Al Noor Orphanage in Woodstock has been granted bail of R5000 in the Cape Town magistrates court. 47-year-old Amina Okpara faces three counts of contravention of the immigration act and a charge of fraud. On Tuesday, the magistrate ordered Okpara to hand in her passports and[…]

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