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Providing an update after the trio's appearance, National Prosecuting Authority (NPA)  spokesperson Phindi Mjonondwana said investigations were progressing "very well".

"We believe by May 24, when the matter returns to court, we'll be in a position to disclose the contents of the docket to the defence team so we can move to the next stage," she said.

The NPA was unable to comment on whether there would be more arrests in the matter.

On Thursday the Tshwane municipality expressed shock about Sigubudu's appearance in the money laundering case.

Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department spokesperson Sen-Supt Isaac Mahamba said Sigubudu was meant to report for work on Thursday night, but they were shocked to see him appearing in court as one of the new accused in the fraud case.

He said Sigubudu started to work for the city in 2009 as a traffic warden "temporarily and was appointed permanently in 2011”. 


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