The slaughter of five police officers and a retired soldier in Ngcobo yesterday morning was the second attack on the police station in less than a year. Police believe the gang that carried out yesterday’s deadly attack could be the same one that struck in March last year. But unlike the March attack, where one officer was wounded and an undisclosed number of guns stolen, the assailants in yesterday’s attack left a trail of dead bodies in their wake.
Three directors of Eastern Cape social housing company Camel Rock have been charged with defrauding the Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA) of millions and then trying to launder the money. Cwenga Pakade‚ Mzamo Thomas and Thanduxolo Zuka appeared briefly in the East London Commercial Crimes Court on Thursday on charges of fraud and money laundering. The three are accused of receiving R61-million from SHRA on the last day of the 2012-13 financial year.
Three social housing bosses accused of fraud
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