DIS, DCEC probe dozens in corrupt land deals

source: Sunday Standard
by REUBEN PITSE
29.11.2009 10:45:26 P

The Directorate of Intelligence Services (DIS) and the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) have joined forces to investigate massive land corruption involving millions of pula and about 30 illegal land dealers

The crime busters are understood to have frozen suspected dirty money estimated at millions of Pula, believed to have changed hands under the table during the illegal land dealings.

The Sunday Standard has been informed that the pieces of land which form part of the investigation have also been confiscated by the investigating authorities and that about six land board officials are among the suspects implicated in the illegal land dealings.

The Minister of Lands and Housing, Nonofo Molefi, told Sunday Standard on Friday, “Though I do not have the exact number, yes, we have suspended a [continue reading]

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