South Africa 19.8.2017 08:29 am

Bogus doctors nabbed for fraud in Ekurhuleni

The suspects will appear in the Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court.

Four foreign nationals, including a local doctor, were arrested after the National Traffic Anti-Corruption Unit conducted a raid on a premises used by bogus doctors in Ekurhuleni to issue medical certificates to drivers seeking to apply for professional driver’s permits (PDPs).

Bogus doctors nabbed for fraud in Ekurhuleni
Bogus doctors nabbed for fraud in Ekurhuleni

Bogus doctors nabbed for fraud in Ekurhuleni

The suspects will appear in the Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court.

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