DA lays corruption charges against state security's Arthur Fraser

File: According to John Steenhuisin, DA chief whip, "we believe it’s high time now that those responsible for committing this fraud and corruption are brought to book." Photo: eNCA

CAPE TOWN - The Democratic Alliance (DA) has brought corruption charges against State Security Agency director, Arthur Fraser and his family.

This follows explosive allegations in Jacques Pauw's book, The President's Keepers.

The book alleges hundreds of millions of rand disappeared from a slush fund, set up for State Security’s Principal Agent Network (PAN).

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Fraser apparently oversaw the programme between 2007 and 2009.

According to John Steenhuisen, DA chief whip, "we believe it’s high time now that those responsible for committing this fraud and corruption are brought to book.

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"An internal state security agency report itself recommended criminal charges should’ve been laid against Fraser and those implicated or then known as the PAN scandal. We want justice to be done. And we believe it is important that those who perpetuate fraud and corruption or alleged to and face the full might of the law."

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