Rough Justice at Corobrik


Rough Justice at Corobrik

After an internal fraud is uncovered at Corobrik, employees wonder why some people have been targeted and others not.

In November 2013 Johann Pretorius manager of Corobrik’s South Coast Centre – a man with 18 years’ service – was dismissed following a disciplinary hearing when the company uncovered a R2.8 million fraud involving false credit notes.

Although it was clear that the fraud was not committed by Pretorius but by an employee, Mohan Amichand, Pretorius was charged in a supervisory capacity – with gross negligence – on the basis that Amichand reported to him.

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Corobrik
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Settlement
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