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Breaking-another official arrested for stealing R4 million

A First National Bank (FNB) tasks director has been captured and accused of extortion identified with the supposed robbery of an amount of R4 million having a place with the bank. 


Birds of prey representative, Captain Ndivhuwo Mulamu, said in an assertion on Wednesday that the falcons had captured the bank supervisor and changed her with extortion. 


Mulamu said that FNB Newton's tasks director, Zandile Sibiya ,39, had been accused of extortion identified with an amount of R4 million that had disappeared from the bank. She showed up in the Palm Ridge Specialized Commercial Crimes Court recently to confront the charge. 


"It is asserted that between September 2019 and August 2021, Newtown's First National Bank (FNB) Operations Manager, Zandile Sibiya (39) deceitfully handled the forex installments with International Banking Center System exchange and moved around R4 million into her financial balance," Mulamu said. 


"Through the FNB's measurable examination, the matter was alluded to the Hawks' Serious Commercial Crime Investigation at the Johannesburg office for additional examination," he said. 


He said that the police group had then directed a broad examination and the court conceded a warrant for Sibiya's capture. 


"The Ormonde inhabitant gave herself in joined by her legitimate delegate and the examination group in this manner accused her of misrepresentation," Mulamu said. 


Mulamu said that she had showed up in the Palm Ridge Specialized Commercial Crimes Court upon the arrival of her captured. She was delivered on bail of R10 000 and without any conditions. 


The case was deferred for agenda revelation to 18 January 2022. 


Man who took R11 million from FNB goes to prison 


This is the most recent episode including robbery from FNB to be accounted for in November. 


In KwaZulu-Natal, Nadeem Arshad, 39-year, was viewed unquestionably liable for extortion after he purportedly took an amount of more than R11 million from FNB. He was condemned to 18 years in prison in the Durban Specialized Commercial Crimes court. 


Arshad had before been sentenced to 26 counts of misrepresentation and one count of tax evasion. He perpetrated the wrongdoings along with two co-plotters in March 2016

FNB bank manager nabbed for allegedly stealing R4 million (msn.com)

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