The Home Affairs department has launched a clean-up operation. Upon conducting their operation clean-up, they managed to arrest an officer who was on the lookout for issuing a forged passport to Lebogang Ndlovu from Bangladesh.
The suspect was comprehended on Monday afternoon. This comes after the Department of Home Affairs Counter Corruption Branch partnership with the Hawks, and other law enforcement agencies
The official, who will remain anonymous until she appears in court, is said to be employed by the Benoni Home Affairs office. On Tuesday, she will appear in the Benoni Magistrate Court for a bail hearing.
Responding to the bureaucrat’s detention and pending correctional procedures, the minister of Home Affairs , Aaron Motsoaledi announced that the clampdown on the use of deceitful South African documents was bearing fruit as the Department understood which corrupt official issued that fraudulent passport because that official had been on the radar of the counter-corruption branch.
"At court the other day, I heard them call Alfred Phiri, as I wait I see a guy and I say to myself this can't be right when the guy comes. The charges were illegal in this country. To my shock, he was from Congo😂😂😂Now this ai🤣🤣🤣".
"I know someone who is born here in South Africa from a free State who can't get an ID due to corruption at home affairs he tried everything
He has all the hospital papers but home affairs workers keep giving him the runaround 🙄🙄🙄🙄".
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