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Northen Cape Immigration Official nailed for alleged corruption

VIOOLSDRIFT, March 25 – The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) anti-corruption unit in the Northern Cape, in collaboration with the home affairs department, have arrested an alleged corrupt immigration officer at the Vioolsdrift border post between South Africa and Namibia. “A project driven investigation ensued when the home affairs’ anti-corruption [unit] approached the Hawks […]

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