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Department of Home Affairs 'Captured' ? 5 Officials in Hot Water for Permanent Residency of Bushiri

Last month City press newspaper came with a blast and reported that Bushiri had captured the Department of Home Affairs.

According to the report it is not just small fish in the tin that Bushiri was in connection with in the department of Home Affairs, but were big fish in the sea instead.

Department Directors, Adjudicators, Clerk and MP are among the top officials who worked with Bushiri to circumvent the law.

The Newspaper head uncovered evidence of senior individuals who worked with Bushiri to secure a permanent residency of him, his wife and kids.

Speaking to the parliament's Home Affairs portfolio committee Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said that he want to put it on record that Bushiri didn't capture Home Affairs.

"I want to tell you straight that Bushiri did not capture home Affairs" said Minister Aaron Motsoaledi.

But on the other hand Minister also confirmed that 5 officials at the Department of Home Affairs have been internally charge for the role they played in Shepherd Bushiri getting permanent resident permit in South Africa.

Minister also confirmed that one of the five officials had tried to fight the charges at the Labour Court. Not once but two times and failed to win the case.

Minister also confirmed that the department is having problem in finding the reason why their top official would collaborate with the church leader.

"what was the reward? is there a financial reward? or where they just doing it for the love of Bushiri? Or where they paid huge amounts of money?" Said Minister Aaron Motsoaledi. 

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https://www.timeslive.co.za/politics/2021-09-07-five-officials-suspended-for-bushiris-fraudulent-permanent-residency-docs/

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