/ 19 March 2021

SAPS’ misplaced financial priorities inhibit it from tackling commercial crimes

Accounting violations: Steinhoff’s chief executive Markus Jooste has been charged in Germany, but not here yet. (David Harrison/M&G)
The SAPS has received more than R500-billion over the past five years, yet commercial crime cases such as Steinhoff drag on

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