Car trouble


Car trouble

A rude shock awaited all concerned when vehicles were seized by the police from a car dealership - and then went missing.

An investigation into the protracted legal tussle between Modack senior and Absa has led to serious questions about the bank’s apparent inability to stand by its clients. But what’s really alarming is the fraud going on in the country’s vehicle registration system – which has been revealed by noseweek’s enquiries into the police’s handling of the matter.


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Submitted by : Toni Goncalves of Johannesburg on 2008-05-01 08:02:40
Interesting article, but this where the dilemma kicks in, reputable as Noseweek may be, who in their right mind is going to believe a used car salesman?
e-Natis is a joke. Some time ago a statistic was mooted that 3 out of every 5 taxis on the road had been stolen and re-registered. In order to do this, there has to be collusion at every point of the process, from the SAPS clearance to the re-registration process.
Corruption is endemic to these bodies, how will we ever arrive at an efficient administration of justice, if the individuals charged with administering it are the chief practicers of corruption?
This is the African conundrum.

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