A 44 year old man, Naaym Hardien, appeared before Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Pretoria for allegedly swindling a company out of R60 million. He was facing charges of fraud after he was arrested on Friday the Hawks’ Serious Corruption Investigation team.
Hawks spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Philani Nkwalase said, Hardien was employed as a materials planner to oversee placing plastic shrink wrap orders and receiving ordered goods.
“It is alleged that during the period between November 2009 to June 2014, Sedibeng had suffered a multimillion-rand loss connected to the fraudulent invoices that were paid for stock that was never delivered at their warehouse,” Nkwalase said.
The alleged fraudulent activities surfaced in 2014, when the noticed financial director that the cost of manufacturing was over priced so an internal audit was conducted between May and June 2014.
Hardien was allegedly involved in fraudulent delivery notes, as well as the processing of information through the system used the company.
The case was postponed to 27 November after Hardien has been released on R3,000 bail.
“More arrests are imminent as the investigation continues,” Nkwalase added.
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