Sassa rooting out fraud

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has made gradual progress in the eradication of fraud and corruption in the social grants sector since 2012, according to chief director of in the Western Cape, Rene Ogle. Her comments mirror those of Sassa CEO, Virginia Peterson and Minister of Social Development,[…]

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Stakala charges withdrawn

Umrah pilgrims were left outraged when charges were withdrawn against Gaironiesa Foundation founder Shahied Stakala when he appeared before the Mitchell’s Plain magistrate’s court on Friday. The mu’tamireen hopelessly witnessed as the court withdrew all charges of fraud and theft under false pretences against Stakala. Apart from having his charges[…]

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Court silences Ramphele fraud claims

The Western Cape High Court has ordered that Agang SA’s new leaders must refrain from implicating former party leader Mamphela Ramphele in fraud allegations, her attorney said on Thursday. “These allegations are untrue, without any merit and in fact malicious and defamatory,” Danie Rossouw said in a statement. He said[…]

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Millions being paid to suspended public servants

Nearly R50 million has been paid out to the about 400 public servants who are currently on paid suspensions, the City Press newspaper reported on Sunday. According to the Public Service and Administration department, 238 employees currently suspended from national departments have already received approximately R27 million in terms of[…]

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Ex hospital credit controller cautioned

A former credit controller at a Netcare hospital in Cape Town, accused of fraud, was cautioned in the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court on Tuesday for contempt of court. Megan Zowitsky, 45, who allegedly lodged false medical claims and channelled the payments into her bank account, had to explain to[…]

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Fraud fears in Indonesia elections

With both presidential candidates declaring victory in Indonesia’s knife-edge election this week, anxiety is growing that fraud and dirty tactics could twist official results due to be announced later this month. Jakarta governor Joko Widodo and his rival, former general Prabowo Subianto, used different unofficial tallies Wednesday to claim victory[…]

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