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Johannesburg - Forensic consultant Paul O’Sullivan has opened a criminal case of fraud and forgery against the chief operating officer of the Mogale City council, Abednego “Abe” Mbulawa, in a new twist to the SAA e-mail saga.

O'Sullivan came under fire last week for sending an e-mail calling for the investigation of the SAA chairperson, Dudu Myeni. 

Attached to the e-mail, which was also sent to the commissioner of police and the minister of public enterprises, was a fake Interpol report which suggested the SAA chair had an off-shore account containing €17m (about R250m).

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