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SAPS’ misplaced financial priorities inhibit it from tackling commercial crimes

The state bodies charged with investigating and prosecuting commercial crimes in South Africa have seen a more than 30% increase in budget allocations over the past five years. But they claim this has not been enough.

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Tshegofatso Mathe
Tshegofatso Mathe
Tshegofatso Mathe is a financial trainee journalist at the Mail & Guardian.
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