Experian Africa expects the suspect responsible for a data breach that exposed the personal information of as many as 23.4-million South Africans will be arrested and charged as early as Friday, the company says.

The hack is also said to have exposed 800,000 businesses, according to the SA Banking Risk Information Centre, a nonprofit organisation set up by the major lenders to combat bank-related organised crime...

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