Spy agency boss cracks the whip: Staff warned to comply with forensic investigators or face action

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Thembisile Majola as then-deputy energy minister in 2019.
Thembisile Majola as then-deputy energy minister in 2019.
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A sweeping forensic investigation into large scale irregularity, which could encompass hundreds of millions of rands in financial abuse and theft at the State Security Agency (SSA), has begun - nearly four years after it was first recommended.

In a letter shared with all SSA staff on Tuesday, and seen by News24, the newly appointed SSA director-general, Ambassador Thembisile Majola, has instructed that every official cooperate fully with the investigation.

She assumed the position in March.

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