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OUTA refers criminal complaint against David Mabuza & 12 others filed with the NPAs investigating directorate

Goodhope Dlangamandla | goodhope@radioislam.co.za
7 December 2022 | 10:45 AM CAT
2 min read

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OUTA refers criminal complaint against David Mabuza & 12 others filed with the NPA’s investigating directorate

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse, a civil society organisation, has filed a criminal case against Deputy President David Mabuza and 12 others.

According to OUTA’s affidavit, the 13 are allegedly associated with illegal enterprises.

OUTA’s CEO, Wayne Duvenage, says the organisation requests that Mabuza and the others be charged with organised crime.

Speaking to Radio Islam International, Duvenage stated that deputy president David Mabuza should face charges of theft, fraud, perjury, and intimidation.

“These are crimes involving the predominance of criminal activity, thwarting the course of justice, fraud, and even perjury, and this affidavit involves intimidation and extortion in the context of contempt of court. There have been numerous years of developments, all of which are connected to a legal lawsuit filed by Fred Daniels.”

Listen to the interview with OUTA’s Wayne Duvenhage on Your World Today, hosted by Yusuf Moosagie.


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