Looted VBS bank laying off staff: EFF also received money

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Looted VBS bank laying off staff: EFF also received money. Photo: Die Vryburger
Looted VBS bank laying off staff: EFF also received money. Photo: Die Vryburger

The looted VBS bank will lay off about 100 of its staff members, leaving only 25 staff members left. The staff’s last day at the office will be 12 November 2018.

At this stage it is uncertain how long these 25 staff will retain their jobs, as all signs indicate that after all the looting of its assets, the bank will not survive for a long time.

The employees who will be fired will receive severance packages and receive their 13th check.

Meanwhile, more voices are being heard that the culprits in the looting scandal be brought to book, among them is the EFF’s deputy leader’s brother. Floyd Shivambu appears to also have benefited, and money has also been paid into the EFF’s account.

With this disclosure, the EFF has been embarrassed because they still takes a strong stand against theft and corruption, and now it seems that they are involved.

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