Main suspect in Danish fraud case to leave South Africa

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Main suspect in Danish fraud case to leave South Africa

Danish national Britta Nielsen appears in the Randburg Magistrates Court in Johannesburg, Thursday, Nov. 8 2018. Nielsen is reported to have been an employee of the Danish ministry for social affairs for more than 40 years and is alleged to have transferred millions of dollars to her own bank accounts between 2002 and 2018. (AP Photo/Thembe Hadebe)
Danish national Britta Nielsen appears in the Randburg Magistrates Court in Johannesburg, Thursday, Nov. 8 2018. Nielsen is reported to have been an employee of the Danish ministry for social affairs for more than 40 years and is alleged to have transferred millions of dollars to her own bank accounts between 2002 and 2018. (AP Photo/Thembe Hadebe)
Danish national Britta Nielsen appears in the Randburg Magistrates Court in Johannesburg, Thursday, Nov. 8 2018. Nielsen is reported to have been an employee of the Danish ministry for social affairs for more than 40 years and is alleged to have transferred millions of dollars to her own bank accounts between 2002 and 2018. (AP Photo/Thembe Hadebe)

Main suspect in Danish fraud case to leave South Africa

Danish national Britta Nielsen appears in the Randburg Magistrates Court in Johannesburg, Thursday, Nov. 8 2018. Nielsen is reported to have been an employee of the Danish ministry for social affairs for more than 40 years and is alleged to have transferred millions of dollars to her own bank accounts between 2002 and 2018. (AP Photo/Thembe Hadebe)
Danish national Britta Nielsen appears in the Randburg Magistrates Court in Johannesburg, Thursday, Nov. 8 2018. Nielsen is reported to have been an employee of the Danish ministry for social affairs for more than 40 years and is alleged to have transferred millions of dollars to her own bank accounts between 2002 and 2018. (AP Photo/Thembe Hadebe)
Danish national Britta Nielsen appears in the Randburg Magistrates Court in Johannesburg, Thursday, Nov. 8 2018. Nielsen is reported to have been an employee of the Danish ministry for social affairs for more than 40 years and is alleged to have transferred millions of dollars to her own bank accounts between 2002 and 2018. (AP Photo/Thembe Hadebe)