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By unknown | Aug 13, 2008 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Riot Hlatshwayo

Riot Hlatshwayo

A woman is in jail for allegedly giving information to criminals about her employer's premises.

Gabisile Dlamini, 26, from Tonga near Komatipoort, and her co-accused, King Mbebe, appeared in the Komatipoort magistrate's court on Monday. They were not asked to plead to charges ranging from armed robbery, conspiracy to commit crime, burglary, and unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition.

They will appear in court again next Friday.

Dlamini allegedly gave information about the Grand Kruger Lodge to Mbebe and two men who have since died in 2006 when the robbery was committed. She continued working at the lodge without anyone suspecting her.


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