- Errol Velile Present is the ANC member who was arrested for involvement in cash-in-transit heists in Soweto
- Present was employed by the ANC Luthuli House until he was fired by the ANC on 18 July
- Present is also linked to a R97 million ‘farms for friends’ scandal which also involved Gugile Nkwinti, the former minister of land reform and rural development
Errol Velile Present has lost his job as employee of the African National Congress when came to light he could have a lot to do with some of the CIT-heists that has been terrorising South Africa.
Present used to work in the Luthuli House but was arrested for his link to CIT heists in Soweto.
The ANC let Present go on 18th of July, according to a report by TimesLIVE. He now faces disciplinary charges from the party. Present is also involved in another scandal involving millions of rands.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that company and police records have emerged that links Present to a R97 million ‘farms for friends’ scandal which also South Africa's former minister of land reform Gugile Nkwinti.
The ANC is believed to have ignored a recommendation by its auditing firm to charge Present with corruption.
There are accusations from the public that Present has been living the good life for years now and that he has been spending money that he should not actually have.
Present and 4 other men were arrested after a CIT-heist in Dobsonville. The SAPS in cooperation with Johannesburg's Metropolitan Police Department carried out a successful raid.
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