The police have arested a man who was practising as a doctor but had no necessary documents to practice. The crimes that are prevalent in South Africa vary from burglary, armed robbery, smash and grab etc, these can are termed as violent crimes, but then again there is non violent crimes which does just as much to the economy of the country such as fraud, corruption and bribery. The types are ussually by people who are educated, know the Information that is not ussauly easily available for anybody to know. There are unheard rumours that in South Africa there are countless businesses and professionals which are operating without proper documentation and conducting themselves not inline with the regulations.
Such as incident was witnessed after the police arrested a man for practising as a doctor but unregistered.
The Police got information that a particular doctor operating and practising but unregistered. The police and the inspector of the HPCSA visited the area in Mpumalanga, vosman,
The doctor was discovered after the receptionist said he was on duty, a search was conducted and the suspect was not in possession of valid documentation to practice as a doctor.
The congolese national was arrested for practising Medicine not possessing valid documents, which is fraud.
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