Hawks apprehend an Absa employee for alleged R103 million theft. Xolela Masebeni, an Absa engineer, is accused of transferring R103 million into six different bank accounts over the course of four months. Xolela Masebeni, a Sandton Absa engineer, is accused of transferring the funds between September and December 2021.
"Is it really only R103 million? However, there are others looking for $500 billion. This individual is deserving of justice. There's more out there, believe me. These engineers are extremely dangerous! He desired to be apprehended for that sum. With such a vast sum of money, what was he still waiting for?
In Dubai, the guptas were waiting for him.
He was taking a lot of chances.
Electronically committed crime does not succeed. These white Madalas who run these banks will take strong action against you. But..we are still landless and economically disadvantaged..but..those settlers..are free...offering us title deeds...this fellow here did not harm anyone "a Facebook follower stated
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