The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
A Free State loan shark has apparently died by suicide after the Hawks found IDs, bank cards and PINs at his businesses.
The South African Reserve Bank has warned the public about fake officials who go around collecting cash 'contaminated' with the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) from unsuspecting people.
SARS has brought an application to intervene and oppose a court bid by Jared Watson, nephew of late Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson, to have some of the Bosasa companies placed under business rescue.
An investigation by various police units has led to the arrest of two cousins allegedly linked to a family-run investment fraud syndicate.
Fraud charges have been withdrawn against a 43-year-old man who is under investigation for practising as a doctor without Health Professions Council of SA registration.
Myeni's lawyer has denied the document Myeni was presented with was a summons.
EFF leader Julius Malema believes that although former president Jacob Zuma must bring himself before the court of law on the charges he faces, he is too old go to jail.
The majority of internet banking fraud and credit card fraud cases opened by her office related to vishing fraud.
The South African State Theatre in Pretoria is reportedly probing several of its employees it suspects of defrauding it of more than R20m.
Thousands of indigent people in the province are at risk of going hungry after the KZN Department of Social Development cut ties with a key supplier due to allegations of fraud.
Tumelo Christopher Mukheti, 29, appears in the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Gauteng and is granted R3 000 bail.
Five traffic officials, three administration clerks, four jockeys, two examiners and one driving school instructor have been arrested in the Free State for allegedly issuing fraudulent drivers' licences and vehicle roadworthy certificates.
Durban city manager Sipho Nzuza has been granted R50 000 bail in the Durban Commercial Crimes Court, where he appeared on fraud charges related to the infamous multimillion-rand Durban Solid Waste tender scandal.
The suspect allegedly defrauded farmers by pretended to be selling lucerne bales to those experiencing drought on their farms, but disappeared after the deposits has been paid.
Three Ugandans have executed a scam that entailed convincing a teacher from Lusikisiki to resign her job and hand over her pension to them.
Though money flow is hard to measure, the Crowd1 website draws the vast majority of its traffic from South Africa – suggesting South Africans will be hardest hit when it collapses, as the Bank of Namibia predicts.
Sam “Mshengu” Chabalala expected back in court next week after he allegedly tried to bribe a senior police officer in Mpumalanga.
Isabel dos Santos has been accused of looting state resources worth billions of dollars.
Judge Dhaya Pillay is "biased" against former president Jacob Zuma because she is "good friends" with Pravin Gordhan and Derek Hanekom and their families, says Edward Zuma.
Fraud and identity theft often go hand-in-hand, and both are a massive problem in South Africa.
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