South African nurse living in the UK struck off the roll for fraud claims

A South African nurse who had lived and worked in the UK for more than ten years was struck off the British medical registration after claiming her spouse had died in order to earn over R7 million life insurance. Thulile Bhebhe, informed Aviva Insurance that in August 2016, while on vacation in Zimbabwe, Bekezela Bhebhe experienced a pulmonary embolism. She maintained the allegation for more than a year before it came to light that her spouse was still alive.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *