Four alleged kingpins linked to a crime syndicate that has been involved in the fraudulent sale of driving licences in the North West, were arrested on Tuesday.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said the arrests come after a two-year investigation, dubbed Operation KPS.
It was conducted by its corruption unit, and the SAPS anti-corruption and crime intelligence units.
“The investigation revealed that examiners of driving licences were colluding with driving school operators to have learner’s and driving licences fraudulently issued to aspiring drivers without requiring them to undergo the required tests,” the RTMC said.
According to the RTMC, the syndicate had hijacked driving licence centres in Klerksdorp, Potchefstroom and Stilfontein to conduct its corrupt activities.
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