After the raid, more arrests followed. Harold Wolpe, the lawyer who did the legal transaction to purchase Liliesleaf for Navian (Pty) Ltd, a front company for the Communist Party, and head of MK Intelligence, went into hiding and tried to flee South Africa, only to be captured at the Bechuanaland (Botswana) border. While being held at Marshall Square police station, Arthur Goldreich, Harold Wolpe, Abdulhay Jassat and Mosie Moola managed to bribe a young policeman, Johannes Greeff, and escaped from jail on 11 August 1963. Wolpe and Goldreich escaped to Swaziland, hiding in the boot of a car. From Swaziland, disguised as priests, they made their way to Botswana and Tanzania and eventually to the UK.