Usaasa theft: Minister Stella Ndabeni’s husband is implicated 


Usaasa theft: Minister Stella Ndabeni’s husband is implicated

Usaasa theft: Minister Stella Ndabeni’s husband is implicated

A draft of a criminological review report from 2011 revealed “antagonistic discoveries” with respect to the spouse of Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.

The Star detailed that the record, which was authorized by the Universal Service Access Agency (USAASA), covers an assortment of issues identifying with HR, acquisition, and administration between 1 April 2009 and 28 September 2011.

Among the report’s most condemning discoveries was that unapproved and sporadic use had occurred which totalled in overabundance of R80 million.

“It likewise seems basic that suitable disciplinary, common, and criminal move be made speedily, if USAASA is to prevail with regards to conveying on its command,” said the report.

The report proceeded to ensnare 21 workers including Ndabeni-Abrahams’ currently spouse, Thato Abrahams.

Report disappears

An informant affirms that the report was eliminated from the open record – in spite of the fact that it is hazy whether this was done purposely to shield Abrahams from its suggestions.

The report purportedly asserts that Abrahams was embroiled in a HR anomaly at USAASA – in spite of the fact that the pages that give explicit insights about the suggestions “seem to have been erased and are mysteriously gone.”

Regardless of this, a mysterious source revealed to The Star that Abrahams was involved in the burglary of “around 20 iPads and other electronic devices”.

Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.

“The legal report was given to the then representative clergyman (Ndabeni-Abrahams) and was disguised from open record while Thato was a worker at USAASA’s promoting and correspondences division,” guaranteed the source.

A mysterious leader who worked at USAASA during the time of the examination likewise asserted that when they got the report, the missing pages were at that point gone.

The firm which led the examination, Forensic Investigation Risk and Recovery Management, said it was advised by USAASA the board to commission the examination, yet would not detail its discoveries to The Star.

“Clearly, we would require their agree to deliver any data. In the conditions, we lament that we can’t agree to your solicitation without a mandate from USAASA,” said representative Perun Naidoo.

When requested remark, Abrahams said he had no information on either the examination or the report.

He recognized that he took iPads home, yet guaranteed this was to reconfigure them to utilize USAASA’s intranet association. When he had done this, he professed to have returned them to USAASA.

“I joined USAASA in 2010 preceding I met my better half. To evade any apparent issues of irreconcilable circumstance, when my better half was designated serve, I surrendered,” said Abrahams.