Topic, Breaking News: Senior government official arrested.
Currently, the government of the Republic of South Africa under the leadership of the African National Congress as the ruling party is covered with corruption.
Unfortunately senior government officials, in both national offices and Provincial offices are caught being behind the corruption syndicate.
Now it has been reported that Senior provincial government official among three arrested in connection with R36m South African Police Service (SAPS) tender fraud.
According to Investigating Directorate spokesperson Sindisiwe Seboka, three suspects were arrested following bribery allegations linked to investigations into the tender, which is valued at more than R36 million.
This is good news that at least investigation Directorate has managed to make some arrest and this might give boost to South Africans that indeed law enforcement agencies are trying by all means to end corruption. They must arrest more of this corruption master mind.
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