Orlando Pirates forward Lehlohonolo Majoro has become the latest soccer player to fall victim to identity fraud.

The alleged fraud took place at Vodacom Shop in Southgate Shopping Centre, south of Joburg in July.
According to a police statement seen by Sunday World, the soccer star got the news when he visited a Vodacom Shop at Clearwater Mall, north west of Joburg to check his account and was informed of another contract that was taken out by a "Lehlohonolo Majoro" at the same store.
The alleged fraudsters spoiled themselves with a Samsung S6 valued at R9000.
"He told them that he didn't take any phone with Southgate Vodacom. Upon further investigation it was discovered that someone used his ID book fraudulently to acquire a cellphone and the photo in the ID copy is not his, as well as the signature in the application form," read the statement.
Mondeor police spokesman Thomas de Bruyn confirmed a case of fraud was opened by the footie.
De Bruyn said they have not made any arrests yet and the matter was still under investigation.
Also in July, Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune almost lost thousands of rands in his investment account as criminals got access to his e-mail account.
The hackers allegedly sent an e-mail to Sanlam requesting a transfer of a substantial amount from Khune's investment account into an FNB account.