The high-speed trainer struck the collar while stealing $ 72 million: Gautin's IT specialist, who launched service in South Africa 4 years ago, was caught preparing to switch from the company's account to $ 800 million ($ 72 million). The 30-year-old computer specialist was brought to court today in the incident of corruption caused by the operation of the South African police special unit Hawks.
In a statement from Hawks, he stated that there were 250 rand that the IT specialist could not explain in his account. Hawks stated that the young computerist "copied the financial reports of the employees of the company Gautrain" and "managed to enter the bank accounts where the salaries of hundreds of high-speed train employees were paid".
In a statement made by the police, it was stated that the IT specialist was arrested for violating the "Electronic Communication and Transactions Act", on charges of fraud and corruption.
Hawks sözcüPaul Ramaloko said that as a result of the operation, which lasted two weeks, they prevented a great deal of corruption. Barbara Jensen, one of the Gautrain executives, said the computer scientist was fired "due to poor performance".
Last May, the Hawks unit arrested 12 for cybercrime.