Nokuphiwa Gcwensa, 29, and Nothando Magwaza, 44, were arrested at their homes last week.
The two were denied bail yesterday, with the court saying the investigation was at a sensitive stage and more arrests were expected. The matter was adjourned to Friday.
SAPS spokesperson Brigadier Jay Naicker said a joint intelligence-driven operation, involving the Provincial Commercial Crime Investigation Unit and other police units, as well as Post Office investigators, had uncovered alleged fraudulent activities, at Gcwensa and Magwaza’s post offices.
“Suspects were arrested at their places of residence. Police seized an undisclosed amount of cash, as well as various documents, as evidence. The suspects were charged with fraud,” he said.