Sexwale was likely scammed, says expert

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Tokyo Sexwale was the hapless victim of a common 419 scam combined with a successful phishing attempt, according to experts.
Tokyo Sexwale was the hapless victim of a common 419 scam combined with a successful phishing attempt, according to experts.

Was Tokyo Sexwale the hapless victim of a common 419 scam combined with a successful phishing attempt?

That’s what the CEO of the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) Nischal Mewalall believes.

Even after the National Treasury, and the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) both denied Sexwale’s allegations that billions meant for higher education students had been looted by the government, African National Congress (ANC) veteran, Sexwale stood by his claims this week and laid a criminal complaint with the Hawks.

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