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ConCourt rejects businessman's bid to have raids declared illegal


ConCourt rejects businessman's bid to have raids declared illegal

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

Senior reporter

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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