Covid-19 has exposed just how much the citizens of this country are starving or purely greedy. Whether you are a Minister, a Civil Servant, a Pensioner or a relative of any of these people, greed primarily prevails. The millions of Rands that have been fraudulently embezzled by these citizens all over South Africa blows everyone’s minds. Strangers would think corruption is permitted in this country, it’s the way of life because everyone thinks they can steal the government’s funds and get away with it. News
A multimillion rand drug bust in KwaZulu-Natal this week was the result of suspicions about a container suspected of smuggling drugs into South Africa. An intelligence-driven operation at a container depot in Isipingo on Tuesday led the Hawks and Durban Harbour security to a container allegedly containing animal food, according to police.
Lt-Gen Godfrey Lebeya, the Hawks' commander, says the unit cannot rule out an inside job in its inquiry into how 541 kilograms of cocaine went from a walk-in safe at the unit's Port Shepstone headquarters in November. After a media conference in Durban on Wednesday, Lebeya told Sunday Times Daily exclusively that deputy national head Lt-Gen Tebello Constance Mosikili, who was tasked to investigate the theft, had written a report into the incident.
Julius Malema Its high time Julius Malema clear the air about him being implicated on the VBS bank looting. Julius Malema the EFF leader will be holding an interview with some journalists soon. As reported he insists on clearing his name, he wants to respond to questions about the party alleged involvement and himself in the VBS Mutual Bank saga. So on Wednesday he revealed that he has already invited five journalists from different house media. According to him the round table will be held noon. Follow S
Duty For The Sake Of Duty. Individuals Have To Responsible And Adhere To The Responsibilities To Fulfil Their Duties. Police Force Are Responsible For Safety, Protection And Crime Prevention. But What Should Happen To Communities If Those Police Forces Are Dragged Behind Bars? Image: Sourced Online, Tshwane Police Metro Cops along with the SAPS are locked up behind bars for alleged corruption after a three years investigations by the Hawks Corruption Investigation and Crime Intelligence on allegations of corruption
Hawks have revealed that the next arrest they will be making in relation to COVID-19 fraud, will be made this Thursday. This was confirmed by the unit's head, General Godfrey Lebeya in government on Tuesday. Lebeya told Parliament that their collaborative approach between law enforcement agencies have yielded interesting results. The announcement made by the Hawks comes two weeks after ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule had warned the unit to stop making him a media spectacle. His warning was a response to
Police pounced on a truck which was en-route to Cape Town carrying a container loaded with cocaine worth over R30.4 million. A 37 year old man has been arrested as he was driving the consignment and the truck has been seized. The truck was arrested on the N1 in the early hours of Sunday morning as it was headed for Cape Town. The coccaine was packed in 1kg packs and they were a total of 38 of them. The suspect is due to appear at Blue Downs Magistrate on Tuesday in connection with the case. Many have applau
The hawks are expected to be making some big arrest tomorrow in relation to the covid19 PPE tender scandals.With the much unticipated arrests it is not known whether there will be big arrest or is it just the usual suspect. All remains to be seen. The commette was informed about the 145 covid19 corruption cases with 13 of these case being completed as Lebeya was briefing the commette. Lebeya said that the DPIC is still receiving a lot of cases as the Auditor General of South Africakimi Makwetu approaches the
There are eight VBS men who are currently the suspects of the 47 counts of corruption, fraud, racketeering, money laundering and theft. These suspects are due to appear tomorrow at the Palm Ridge Regional Court says Lebeya who is the Hawks boss. These men have not yet been officially named, therefore they have still remained anonymous. Though the men have not yet been named officially, it is alleged that the former VBS chairman Tshifhiwa Matodzi is among these eight men who have been arrested. On Wednesday,
Following a break-in at the Hawks Serious Organised Crime headquarters in Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal, a business burglary case has been opened for further investigation. Nomthandazo Mbambo, Hawks spokeswoman, stated that the theft occurred between Friday afternoon and Monday morning, November 7. She claimed the intruders forced open the windows to enter the building.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/01/hawks-lebeya-another-person-arrested-in-relation-to-instigating-july-unrest?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Hawks head General Godfrey Lebeya said someone else had been captured according to the induction of the July turmoil. Lebeya gave this report on Wednesday at the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) hearings into the boundless savagery.
THE Hawks have affirmed that another capture identified with Covid-19 defilement will be made on Thursday. Top of the Hawks Lieutenant-General Godfrey Lebeya disclosed to Scopa that they were increasing their examinations concerning Covid-19 misrepresentation and debasement and more cases are not out of the ordinary. He said the most recent capture would occur on Thursday, yet didn't give further subtleties. He said they had been overwhelmed with cases after the evaluator general started examinations a
Heads have started rolling following the 'Great Bank Heist' that happened to a mutual bank called VBS back in 2017. Hawks head Godfrey Lebeya confirmed that 8 suspects have been fingered on 47 counts - 5 counts racketeering, 12 theft, 15 corruption & 7 money laundering & fraud. 4 already under arrest, 3 due to turn themselves in and 1 is in Covid quarantine and will be expected to be dealt with once he is in the clear of Covid-19. Former VBS chairman Tshifhiwa Matodzi, who was described as the 'kingpin' of
The suspects were found with cocaine worth over R30.4million. The truck carrying a container loaded with cocaine worth over R30.4million was on en-route to Cape Town. The DPCI (Directorate Priority Crime Investigation) acted swiftly on the information and intercepted the truck. The truck was intercepted at the petrol station on N1 in the early hours of Sunday the 17th of May 2020, the members managed to seize a total of 38 cocaine wrapped packages weighing 1kg each. A 37 year old driver of the vehivle was s