When one thinks of bank robberies, one thinks of armed criminals and scenes from the show Money Heist. You don’t ever think that an ABSA bank software engineer would end up defrauding over R100 million from the bank into various accounts. But the Hawks have announced that they have arrested an Absa employee who allegedly stole a bank for Ran 103 million.
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25 January 2022 By Sphe J Hadebe More and more people are being arrested for corruption and it surprising that they steal from the companies they work at. While we are still focusing on the former security officer who stole R4 million from the cash in transit company that she was working for,now another employee has been arrested for fraud.
He was employed by one of the top banks in South Africa; as a Specialist Engineer; a job anyone would be proud of; but all Xolela Masebeni (30); from the Eastern Cape; was interested in; was getting rich and very fast. You know when people come to Gauteng with big dreams of making it big; Masebeni had arrived and he was going to be filthy rich; by hook or crook.
Hawks are really doing the best when it comes to investigating and arresting all people whose doings are against the law. Not so long they arrested a lady who stole money where she was working. The lady was said to have stolen a huge sum of money and put it in a refuse bag then put it in the dustbin.
South African bank, Absa has continued to send notifications to more of its clients that are impacted by a data leak that happened in October 2020. Some customers have told the media that they received emails from the bank this past week informing them the data leak also impacted them.
ABSA stole R3.5 billion from us and its refusing to pay back the money, his brother pulled one little one for us good job soldier ~ Andile Mngxitama Hawks arrest Absa employee for alleged theft worth R103m, Absa engineer Xolela Masebeni allegedly transferred R103m into six different bank accounts over four months, Sandton Absa engineer Xolela Masebeni allegedly transferred the money between September 2021 and December 2021.
The Hawks apprehended an Absa specialized engineer who reportedly fraudulently moved R103 million into six separate bank accounts over a four-month period. Xolela Masebeni, a Sandton Absa engineer, reportedly moved the funds between September and December 2021. According to Hawks spokesperson Capt Ndivhuwo Mulamu, the situation was reported to the authorities by the bank following an internal probe.
Hawks apprehend an Absa employee for alleged R103 million theft. Xolela Masebeni, an Absa engineer, is accused of transferring R103 million into six different bank accounts over the course of four months. Xolela Masebeni, a Sandton Absa engineer, is accused of transferring the funds between September and December 2021.
It Hard To Believe that the Absa Engineer Stole Millions Date: 2022/01/24 Xalela Masebeni is an Absa Employee, he has been reported to have stolen an R103m and transferred it to him through 4 bank accounts. We do not know how true the story is but unfortunately, the evidence points out that he stole it, also we do not know how much money he stole or spent, these are just allegations and we are yet to understand the facts as the case is yet to go to court.
Source:https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2022-01-24-specialist-engineer-arrested-for-siphoning-r103m-from-absa-bank/ Hawks arrested an Absa expert engineer who allegedly sent 103 million Rands to six different bank accounts in four months. Xolela Masebeni, an engineer at Sandton Absa, allegedly sent money between September and December 2021. "Masebeni was successfully found and arrested in Queenstown, Eastern Cape on Wednesday, January 19," she said.
Hawks arrest Absa employee for alleged theft worth R103m.Absa engineer Xolela Masebeni allegedly transferred R103m into six different bank accounts over four months.Sandton Absa engineer Xolela Masebeni allegedly transferred the money between September 2021 and December 2021. "For ONLY R103 million? But we have people roaming around for $500 billion.
The banking industry has been rocked by theft scandal in recent weeks when a specialist engineer at Absa stole a huge chunk of cash. The engineer is said to have allegedly fraudulently transferred R103m into six different bank accounts over four months has been arrested by the Hawks. The man was an engineer at Absa Sandton branch.
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https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/23/gauteng-hawks-arrest-absa-employee-who-defrauded-company-of-over-r100m?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The Hawks in Gauteng have captured an Absa expert specialist who deceitfully moved over R100 million into six different ledgers on various exchanges. The fake exchanges supposedly occurred among September and December last year. The suspect, Xolela Masebeni, was followed and captured in Queenstown in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday.
DURBAN - The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) have captured an Absa Bank worker for the supposed robbery of R103 million. In an assertion yesterday, the Hawks said Xolela Masebeni was utilized at Absa's Sandton branch in Gauteng. "Absa engineer Xolela Masebeni purportedly moved R103m into six different ledgers north of four months," said the Hawks.
An Absa worker who supposedly duped the bank to the tune of R103 million will show up in the Palm Ridge Specialized Commercial Crimes Court on Thursday. The police's Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) captured Xolela Masebeni, an expert specialist who worked in Sandton, for supposedly taking R103 million from the bank.
A different kind of bank robbery! This man is accused of stealing over R100 million from ABSA bank while working there. When one thinks of bank robberies, one conjures up images of armed men and scenes from the television show Money Heist. You wouldn't expect an ABSA bank specialist employee to end up transferring over R100 million into various accounts.
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