ConCourt rejects businessman's bid to have raids declared illegal

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ConCourt rejects businessman's bid to have raids declared illegal

Businessman who allegedly scored tenders from Khomotso Phahlane wanted police raids declared illegal

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The Constitutional Court has dashed the hopes of controversial businessman Keith Keating, who is the subject of a multimillion-rand anti-corruption investigation linked to a former national police commissioner.

Keating and his company, Forensic Data Analysis (FDA), along with his co-applicants are being investigated by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) and the Hawks for alleged racketeering, fraud, theft, corruption and money laundering. 

His co-applicants in the Constitutional Court matter are secondhand car salesman Durand Snyman, who owns MotoXpress Menlyn in Pretoria, and a friend of Snyman, Christo de Bruin...

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