SSA IT employee accused of trebling his salary lines up his defence

SSA IT employee accused of trebling his salary lines up his defence

2021-10-28 01:25:00 AM

SSA IT employee accused of trebling his salary lines up his defence

The case of the State Security Agency employee who allegedly stole R1m from the agency was postponed by the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court until January 26 next year.

Ernest MabuzaJournalistA Gqeberha businessman is set to appear in court after he was allegedly found in possession of counterfeit goods worth millions of rand.Image:123RF/SKYCINEMAThe case of the State Security Agency (SSA) employee who allegedly stole R1m from the agency was postponed by the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court until January 26 next year.

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