Officials appear over corruption

2013-05-21 19:36

Johannesburg - Three home affairs officials stationed at the Oshoek Border Post appeared in court on Tuesday on corruption-related charges, Mpumalanga police said.

Sergeant Gerald Sedibe said Nomvula Magagula and Lungile Gezani were granted R7 000 bail each.

They would appear again in July.

The two are accused of processing and issuing illegal passports and documents.

Sedibe said that when the two officials were arrested, police found them in possession of 37 passports from various countries in Africa.

A third official, Khensani Marivate, appeared in the Eerstehoek Magistrate's Court.

She was granted R1 000 bail and would appear in court again in June.

Marivate was arrested when she was found in possession of faked documents.

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