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A Foreigner Arrested For Having This In Mzansi

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A Foreigner Arrested For Having This In Mzansi


A foreign national has been arrested at the Johannesburg Park Station for having his own Home Affairs at a rented room.


Police says the suspect had stamps, printers, hardware and other devices.


He was arrested and detained at the Johannesburg Central police station.


The Home Affairs Department has once again come under the spotlight, this time as a result of hundreds of fraudulent documents found in one of the buildings in the Johannesburg Park Station.


Documents including IDs, Birth Certificates, Passports, Visas and South African Social Security Agency forms among others were found in one of the building.


This after a whistleblower informed News24 of hundreds of documents and equipment locked in one of the storerooms in the building.


These are documents that can only be issued at home affairs offices such as IDs, work permits, birth certificates and social security grant applications.


Allegations are that foreign nationals pay large sums of money to our person of interest who apparently works at home affairs, Rousemary who also goes by other aliases.


SCAM ALERT: Please be warned about unlawful and fraudulent activities in the name of the Department of Home Affairs


SCAM ALERT: Please be warned about unlawful and fraudulent activities in the name of the Department of Home Affairs that are making the rounds. The scammers claim that one company (Batsibi Technologies) has won a tender on the Backup Systems (DHA10-2022) from the Department of Home Affairs. Be advised that there is no such tender awarded to any service provider or company. The Department of Home Affairs publishes all tender notices, bids received and awarded on www.dha.gov.za. Please be vigilant of these fraudsters and report them to the National Anti-Corruption Hotline on 0800 701 701.

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