Absurd amounts of money, DPCI investigates 2 cases of alleged corruption

South African Police Service

Absurd amounts of money, DPCI investigates 2 cases of alleged corruption
Absurd amounts of money, DPCI investigates 2 cases of alleged corruption

The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI) confirms that it is investigating two cases that reported at Sandton Police Station.

The cases was reported on 13 March 2021 while the second case was reported on 13 April 2021 which was preceded by media statement and photos of the complainant carrying the copies of the files.

In the first case, the complainant stated that he was appointed as a Forensic investigator on 6 May 2013 by the Presidency. In support of his appointment, a two-page document signed by the erstwhile employee of the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) was attached as part of the 101-page document.

The purported authority include documents titled Power of Attorney signed by numerous representatives of tribal authorities. In this case, the complainant reports theft of gold worth one hundred and sixty three trillion rands only (R163 000 000 000 000-00) which was recorded between 1966 and 2021. The DPSA indicated that its former employee did not have authority to sign the letter, which is now used by the complainant.

In the second case, the same complainant states that he was appointed by the Presidency through the DPSA on 6 May 2013. In this case, he reports, in his 213-page document, the allegations of money laundering, fraud, theft under false pretences, high treason and racketeering. The amount lost is recorded as forty one quadrillion three hundred and thirteen billion one hundred and four million rand only (R41 380 513 104 000 000-00).

The theft include the alleged monies stolen from former leader Gaddafi which was investigated and found to be untrue.

The DPCI is systematically searching for the truth. Other allegations are reported to be the withholding of White Spiritual Boy and Spiritual Wonder Boy Accounts. Concerns include loaning money from International Monetary Fund (IMF) at high interest rate when countries have enormous reserves in terms of White Spiritual Boy and Spiritual Wonder Boy Accounts. The DPCI has taken note of internet reports relating to “White Spiritual Boy and Spiritual Wonder Boy Accounts” across the globe. Note has also been taken of the court judgement relating to Rosary Trust.

The National Head of the DPCI, Lieutenant General Lebeya has personally perused the files and directed closer collaborations on the investigators of four matters that requires similar attention. They shall be working closely with the prosecutors that handled these allegations in the past. The Hawks shall leave no stone unturned before reaching any conclusion on these matters.

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SOURCESouth African Police Service