'Minister says she is taking allegations against Arthur Fraser very seriously'

Arthur Fraser has been moved out of the State Security Agency to the Correctional Services Department. This is according to a statement made on Tuesday.

READ: SSA's Arthur Fraser facing court interdict

EWN Reporter, Barry Batemen spoke to The Afternoon Drive with Gugu Mhlungu and said the move comes after Setlhomamaru Dintwe accused Fraser of abusing his position in order to shield himself from investigation.

And said that he is approaching the High Court in order to challenge Fraser, this set in motion the to-and-froing of court papers and so on. But a strong response coming from the minister, Dipuo Letstsi-Duba saying that she took the allegations made against Fraser very seriously and that she was going to act decisively.

Barry Batemen, EWN Reporter

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