A former executive manager at the South African Board of Sheriffs Hoosain Kagee will be back in a Cape Town court next month to face charges of corruption and money laundering amounting to 2-million rand. The 48-year-old allegedly recruited several
service providers with the help of a middle man to apply for tenders in exchange for kickbacks. He appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate's Court yesterday. Hawks provincial spokesperson Philani Nkwalase says Kagee will now appear in the specialised Commercial Crime Court in Bellville at the end of next month. He says, "The alleged corrupt relationship with the service providers happened during his tenure at the South African Board of Sheriffs between 2005 and 2014. Some of the services rendered
include IT services, Call Centre contracts, community survey, property survey and several other services were provided. Kagee was released on R5000 bail." (Pic: Hoosain Kagee).