Suspended Limpopo Hawks head guilty of fraud

2015-10-22 09:11


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Johannesburg – The Hawks’ suspended Limpopo head has been found guilty of fraud for trying to get her sister onto her medical aid, the crime-fighting unit said on Thursday.

Major General Dibero Mina Molatjana was also found guilty of instructing subordinates to use state-owned cars to transport her son from Polokwane to Pretoria, where he was studying, Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said in a statement.

She was suspended in May and found guilty by an SAPS disciplinary committee.

She had asked her secretary to get her to register her (Molatjana’s) sister on her medical aid. 

Her punishment would be decided on next Wednesday.

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