The court docket heard that the cash Johannes Willem Gieselbach stole was donated by the general public to the centre for kids and adults with extreme incapacity
The Specialised Business Crimes Courtroom additionally ordered Gieselbach to repay R986,706 of the R1.2m he stole from his employer
Between April 2016 and Might 2019, on 168 situations, Gieselbach substituted the banking particulars of Aurora Particular Care Centre’s collectors and suppliers together with his
An Japanese Cape bookkeeper who stole R1.2m from a care centre for kids and adults with extreme psychological and bodily incapacity, was sentenced to eight years in jail for 168 counts of theft on Wednesday.
Lionel Lindoor, Port Elizabeth Specialised Business Crimes Courtroom Justice of the Peace additionally ordered Johannes Wilem Gieselbach to repay R986,706 of the R1.2 million he stole from Aurora Particular Care in Port Elizabeth.
The 45-year previous was employed as a bookkeeper on the Port Elizabeth care centre from January 2016 to June 2019.
Anelisa Ngcakani, NPA spokesperson stated in an announcement:
“From April 2016 to Might 2019, on 168 situations, he manipulated the corporate system and substituted the banking particulars of Aurora’s collectors and suppliers together with his personal. Consequently, a complete of R1 907 492.30 was deposited into Gieselbach’s three financial institution accounts.
“In an effort to hide the crime, he, on varied events, paid among the collectors and suppliers of Aurora quantities totaling R 692 785.36. The funds have been made throughout his tenure as a bookkeeper. Subsequently, the precise loss to the care centre is simply over R 1.2 million.”