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Allegedly this Couple stole R103m from ABSA.

Absa expert designer Xolela Masebeni, who purportedly deceitfully moved R103m into six different ledgers north of four months, will apply for abandon Monday - alongside his better half.

Masebeni, 30, who worked in Sandton, showed up at the Palm Ridge business violations court on Thursday alongside his better half Athembile Mpani, 21.

As indicated by the express, the spouse is connected to the situation for purportedly having gotten continues of wrongdoing.

It is the state's case that Masebeni purportedly moved the cash among September and December 2021. Hawks representative Capt Ndivhuwo Mulamu said already that the matter was accounted for by the bank to the specialists after an interior examination.

On Thursday the court heard that Masebeni was captured in Queenstown on Wednesday last week and had been held at the Sandton police headquarters for seven days.

Advocate Sharon Masedi, for the state, asked that the couple be participated in a similar case. The guard didn't protest.

They are confronting burglary and illegal tax avoidance charges.

Masedi said she would set up a temporary charge sheet at the end of the week to introduce at their next appearance.

She additionally showed that the state would add more charges as far as the Prevention of Organized Crime Act (Poca).

Their case was delayed to Monday when the couple are because of make their applications for bail.


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