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Previous Gauteng Health MEC Brian Hlongwa is at long last expected to be captured for the current week, over join claims going back in excess of ten years.


While the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) on Saturday declined to remark, very much positioned sources from inside the country's criminal equity framework this week affirmed to The Citizen that capture warrants had been given for Hlongwa, alongside different others and elements.


The Citizen comprehends his camp has been educated, however Hlongwa on Saturday demanded he didn't know anything about his forthcoming capture.


"I've not heard anything," he said.


"This matter has been progressing for a surprisingly long time. As of not long ago, I've not heard a single thing from anybody so I can say nothing. It's the year 2021, I was a MEC somewhere in the range of 2006 and 2009. There's been examinations since the time then, at that point, … I'm hearing this interestingly."


Meanwhile, a City Press report from prior this year recommends Hlongwa and his prospective co-denounced could be dealing with racketeering indictments.


The warrants are relied upon to be affected ahead of schedule one week from now, and the blamed to show up in the Johannesburg Regional Court.


Likewise Read: Court archives uncover Brian Hlongwa-connected organization's debasement


A Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report unveiled in 2018 fingered Hlongwa in charges of join, which is accepted to have seen an organization called 3P Consulting – claimed by money manager Richard Payne, a known partner of Hlongwa's – granted R1.2 billion worth of government contracts in return for furnishing government employees with payoffs.


The house in Bryanston that previous Gauteng Health MEC, Brian Hlongwa bougtht in 2007. There are different charges as to this house including that a bad relationship with Health office providers empowered him to get it, annihilate it and begin reconstructing this new one. The Johannesburg High Court conceded a protection request in 2014 as associated continues with wrongdoing. It is claimed that Hlongwa recieved installments of around R12 million in deceitful installments which empowered him to begin fabricating this house. The DA gauge that the aggregate sum lost to debasement when he was the Health MEC could be pretty much as high as R2 Billion. Neil McCartney

As indicated by the report, Hlongwa – who was in charge of the area's medical care at that point – scored enormous as extravagance spa therapies, trips, and a multi-million-rand store on a rich Bryanston home from the dodgy dealings.


It's required years, notwithstanding, to continue on him and he in the meantime has left his situation as MEC on the rear of requires his expulsion.


Additionally Read: TAC calls for banter in assembly on Brian Hlongwa


Last year, four other senior departmental authorities who were ensnared in the SIU report – Sybil Ngcobo, Mmakgosi Mosupi, Valdis Romaano and Obakeng Mookeletsi – were captured and accused of defilement and repudiation of the Public Finance Management Act.

Previous senior government authorities Sybil Ngcobo, Mmakgosi Mosupi, Valdis Romaano and Obakeng Mookeletsi show up at Palm Ridge Magistrates Court in Johannesburg, 22 October 2020, on charges identifying with 1.2 billion delicate granted during Brian Hlongwa's term as Gauteng Health MEC. Sybil Ngcobo was delivered on bail of R8,000 and three others delivered on bail of R25,000. Pictures: Nigel Sibanda

They were allowed bail of different measures of between R8 000 and R25 000.


Payne alongside money manager Phil Austin (who were likewise involved) were intended to be captured simultaneously however their warrants of capture couldn't be executed as they were out of the country.


It's since been accounted for, however, that removal processes comparable to Payne were in progress.Brian Hlongwa to be arrested for graft related to R1,2 billion in shady deals (citizen.co.za)

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