Besides sifting through electronic evidence for 16 counts of fraud, investigators had to contend with Ifediora flushing a sim card down the toilet when he was arrested in June.
He later admitted the sim card held incriminating evidence against him.
Royal Bank of Scotland is set to face a trial it had hoped to avert over its 2008 share sale, as the last group of holdout investors in the case secured the funds they need to proceed to trial, a source involved in the claim said on Monday.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says President Trump was not 'picking a fight' with London Mayor Sadiq Khan when he criticized him on Sunday following the London attacks.
Ndubusi Ifediora, 31, entered into a plea and sentence agreement in Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court this week for charges that were usually quite tricky to investigate.
Escalating tensions in the Middle East, the impending testimony of the former FBI director, British elections and a European Central Bank meeting this week, all took their toll on Asian stocks, oil and the dollar on Tuesday.
Department of Justice on Monday charged a federal contractor with sending classified material to a news organisation that sources identified to Reuters as The Intercept, marking one of the first concrete efforts by the Trump administration to crack down on leaks to the media.
A Hawks team seized three phones and three laptops from his apartment in Rochester Road, Table View.
Preyed on lonely women He admitted in his plea that he used online dating site Match.