R85 Million Fraud case postponed to March

News South Africa

Tebogo Msimanga |

Two more accused people appeared briefly in the Pretoria Magistrates Court on Monday on charges of corruption, fraud, forgery, money laundering and theft related to R85m South African Police Service (SAPS) supply chain management fraud matter.

Investigative Directorate Spokesperson Sindisiwe Twala said Ravin Ramlall, an administrative clerk at Bambanani Marketing and Projects Pty Ltd, and Hanisha Chetty, a former sole director of Mafuta Marketing Solutions Pty Ltd, were released on R5 000 bail each.

“The two join 42 other accused who are all out on bail. The case is with regards to the awarding of the marking and de-marking of SAPS vehicles valued at R56m and cover quoting valued at R29million.” Explained Twala.

Twala added that one more accused, a lieutenant colonel in the SAPS, is still on the run

The case was postponed to 25 March 2021 for further Investigations.

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