handcuffsNews24 reports that eleven employees of a vehicle testing station in Limpopo, including the owner, were arrested in Marble Hall on Wednesday for allegedly issuing fraudulent roadworthy certificates.  

The arrests came after four others were re-arrested at the Phalala vehicle testing station in Lephalale on Monday.  The suspects allegedly used the personal details of innocent individuals to issue roadworthy certificates for scores of vehicles, which were never brought to the station for physical examination.  The vehicle testing owner, manager, examiners and an administration clerk are among those who were apprehended.  Documents, computers and cellphones were also seized.  Four other suspects, who included three examiners and an administration clerk, were re-arrested at the Phalala vehicle testing station on Monday.  The suspects appeared before a local magistrate on Tuesday.


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