The High Court has ordered that the assets of former ANC MP, Vincent Smith be restrained. The assets are valued at R46-million. Smith and Angelo Agrizzi are facing fraud and corruption charges relating to Bosasa gifts of R800,000. Courtesy .
People think corruption pays in South Africa. No wonder these criminals all have so many followers and supporters and have hero status. Everyone wants to be like them. Wonderful role models. Because all people in South Africa thinks corruption.Citizens of South Africa are asking how does someone has assets that value 46 million? People are asking the government to take part in this matter and set an example with this man.
The high Court of South Africa has investigated this man that is why it has ordered his assets to be restrained because of the evidence they have against this man. The high court of South Africa will want to make example by this man because corruption in South Africa has taken over in so many ways.
Saps will always find criminals and set them to justice even if they are hiding behind close doors.
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