Curiously round numbers — that was one of the dead giveaways that helped law firm ENS uncover R1.2bn in suspicious payments at technology group EOH Holdings.

"The good news it that is was quite localised and involved only eight people out of 11,000 [employees]," EOH CEO Stephen van Coller told Business Times this week.

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