Ex-MTN boss helps trap thugs

2013-09-08 13:30


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Johannesburg - Suspended MTN chief of corporate services Robert Madzonga has helped police trap two men who posed as a Hawks officer and a National Intelligence Agency agent after a sting operation in Johannesburg.

The Sunday Independent reported that the two, who are due to appear in court this week, allegedly told Madzonga that they were members of the two agencies and that for R300 000 they would make his troubles disappear.

After being contacted by the two, Madzonga reported the matter to police. Madzonga allegedly handed over R50 000 in cash to the suspects before police pounced on Friday.

Madzonga was suspended a few weeks ago pending an internal investigation into allegations of misconduct and irregularities. 
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