15 computers with ‘sensitive information’ stolen from Chief Justice Mogoeng’s office

Nic Andersen reports:

In our country at the moment, you blink once and there is another crisis. This evening, shocking details have emerged of a very suspicious break-in at the offices of Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng. In the early hours of Saturday morning 15 computers were stolen, in South Africa that may sound normal to you, wait till you look closely at the finer details.

The 15 computers are said to contain “sensitive information” on the Constitutional Court judges and officials.  The computers were stolen from the Human Resources area of the office on the 1st floor, journalists on the scene also reported that the thieves ignored easier to access computers on the ground floor, meaning they targeted those computers specifically.

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