South Africa, our beloved nation, will never cease to be a place where miracles occur. When you believe you've seen it all, yet another mind-boggling event occurs. Recent events in South Africa have made it quite evident that our country is in a dire state.
Crime is at an all-time high, and even foreign nationals who engage in illegal activities now view our country as a safe haven where they can commit crimes and go unpunished. This is a terrible development that has diminished the international standing of our nation.
The young man is wanted for fraud and violation of the Tax administration statute. After fraudulently obtaining R28 million from South Africa Revenue Service, the court issued a warrant for the suspect's arrest.
The Hawks are requesting public assistance in locating this individual. Whoever has credible information regarding his whereabouts should immediately notify the nearest police station.
The Beast of news has issued a statement on Twitter, which reads: "Sifiso Innocent Mabuza (39) is wanted by the Serious Commercial Crime Investigation of the Nelspruit-based Hawks for fraud and violation of the Tax Administration Act. After fraudulently receiving R28 million from SARS, the court has issued an arrest order for him.
Anyone with information about Mabuza's whereabouts is requested to contact the Investigating Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Thabelo Takalani, at 074 481 2848 ".
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