DA wants to criminally charge alleged #VBS beneficiaries and looters

DA wants to criminally charge alleged #VBS beneficiaries and looters

- The DA is hellbent on going after everyone implicated in the looting of VBS Mutual Bank

- Members of the party will be laying criminal charges against individuals accused of unlawfully getting money from VBS

- There are 50 names linked to the scandalous VBS Mutual Bank looting

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The Democratic Alliance is determined to bring anyone linked to the looting of VBS Mutal Bank to justice.

The party wants anyone who's name is mentioned or linked in the #VBSBankHeist to be propery investigated and charged if found guilty.

On Thursday, the party released a statement saying that Solly Malatsi and Kevin Mileham will be laying criminal charges against the 50 people who are accused of looting the bank.

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This follows after advocate Terry Motau released a investigative report detailing the names of those who allegedly sucked the bank dry.

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Briefly.co.za reported earlier that “The Great Bank Heist” provides an in-depth and incredibly detailed insight into how 50 people were responsible for looting more than R1 billion from the bank and how these individuals planned and executed looting on such a massive scale.

According to The Citizen, the DA also asked the Economic Freedom Fighters about the VBS Bank scandal back in July, but never received any answers.

Briefly.co.za learned that Former VBS Mutual Bank chair Tshifhiwa Matodzi says political parties received money from the bank.

Matodzi claims that four political parties (EFF, ANC, DA, and SACP) asked for sponsorship and received it from the bank.

According to Matodzi, there was nothing wrong with that, but he was surprised the recent investigative report by advocate Terry Motau did not reveal this information.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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