For more than 20 years, she was defrauding her employer by depositing creditors’ money into her own bank account.
The Hawks ambushed the two businesses and found counterfeit car parts under the guise of genuine Ford and VW vehicle parts.
The case against the woman was initially withdrawn but she was re-arrested after the Hawks continued to probe on the matter.
The 81-year-old and his accomplices allegedly committed fraud with the Department of Public Works, defrauding a total of R3 million.
The former municipal manager of Moretele Municipality allegedly awarded an unlawful tender to an ICT service provider.
Crystal meth with a street value of R5.2 million was found in boxes unloaded from the truck in Hammarsdale, said the Hawks.
A Mozambican fugitive was caught trying to flee the country after she failed to appear in court for transporting counterfeit goods.
John Du Plooy is facing additional murder charges from an incident which allegedly took place in Roodepoort.
Eight to appear in court on Monday for allegedly kidnapping and killing a police officer before dumping his body in an open field.
Three suspects allegedly burst into the home of a loan shark and robbed her of 98 bank cards, cash, a vehicle and took her brothers, said the Hawks.
Three people face charges of fraud and will reappear in court for issuing fraudulent vehicle roadworthy certificates in Mpumalanga.
A female police officer has been remanded in custody until her bail application for allegedly murdering her colleague.
An Mpumalanga bank manager was sentenced to 15 years jail for stealing millions from ATM in Kwaggaafontein.
A female police officer has been arrested and charged with murder for allegedly shooting and killing her colleague.
The Hawks arrested a suspect wanted for murder and armed robbery more than a year after he managed to evade arrest.
The cocaine shipment was found aboard a vessel ferrying trucks after a tip-off to the Hawks and police on Saturday.
A 70-year-old supermarket owner is facing charges of contravening the SA Medicines and Related Substances Act.
Hawks said the Home Affairs official colluded with a Pakistani Mastermind to facilitate foreign nationals to get SA passports fraudulently.
An FNB employee resigned after the bank discovered he used nearly R37m from the account of a deceased client.
All the ‘zama-zamas’ are in police custody, after they abandoned bail, owing to their illegal status in South Africa.
The two were arrested following investigations into a cash-in-transit robbery that took place on Monday in Boitekong, Rustenburg.
The murder case a Nelspruit businessman had gone cold since the incident in 2007 until a suspect was arrested in October 2020.
Six more suspects were added to the charge sheet in the case of the brutal murder of former Hawks detective’s father.