Lerato Kganyago’s ex-hubby Thami Ndlala appears in the court for accusation of KZN Hawks office extorting R100000 from the businessman

Lerato Kganyago’s ex-hubby Thami Ndlala appears in the court for accusation of KZN Hawks office extorting R100000 from the businessman

Claimed fraudster Thami Ndlala, the ex of Metro FM DJ Lerato Kganyago, will show up at the Pretoria Commercial Court in mid-July to affirm against a suspended KZN Hawks official blamed for coercing R100000 from the agent.

Ndlala expected a brief VIP status when he wedded Kganyago in March, however their association was over inside two months. A flood of burglary claims by various individuals against the specialist were additionally generally shared via web-based networking media.

Muzi Malinga, a warrant official inside the Organized Crime Unit in Pretoria, has been on suspension for just about two years and needed to move back home to KZN. He said capturing Ndlala in 2013 had brought a series of adversities.

In December, the Sunday Tribune detailed that Malinga had been alloted to a misrepresentation case by his then senior official, Colonel Lesitja Senona, where Ndlala and his assistant, Thabo Molapo had purportedly bought a Range Rover and a BMW 3 Series at a vendor in Benoni utilizing false reports.

With an end goal to recuperate the vehicles, police got court orders for Ndlala’s then Pretoria East chateau and Molapo’s Rosslyn home. The BMW was found in Molapo’s yard, and the Range Rover was discovered covered up close to the Menlyn Shopping Center in Pretoria. The two suspects were captured in November 2013.

Malinga said he was educated by his bosses in February 2014 that charges of debasement had been laid by Ndlala against him and that he expected to hand himself over. The charge sheet denounced him and three different officials who had been a piece of the inquiry and seizure activity of endeavoring to coerce R100000 from Ndlala.

“He said I requested the cash in the wake of looking through his home,” said Malinga.

In a police explanation seen by the Sunday Tribune, Ndlala asserted that he had just made installments of different adds up to the three officials who were with Malinga at his premises. He said the officials had vowed to put forth the defense vanish. Ndlala guaranteed that he had been in steady correspondence with Malinga and that they had conceded to dates to convey exceptional sums.

In any case, Malinga still keeps up that the charges which have cost him his activity and true serenity were created with help from police. He said he didn’t assume any embellishment job in the blackmail and that his seniors were securing Ndlala.

“I was captured and put on suspension in August 2015, and months passed by without a disciplinary hearing, and I needed to move toward the Safety and Security Sectoral Bargaining Council to mediate,” he said.

His suspension was then lifted in October 2016 out of a letter marked by General Loyiso Matakata, however when he came back to work, he was told to get back until further notification.

Malinga showed up before a justice multiple times before the preliminary date was set for February 13, 2020. Ndlala was a flake-out, however Molapo affirmed against Malinga. The issue will continue on July 13, when Malinga plans to interview Ndlala.

“I am all set back to work in the wake of demonstrating my innocence,” he said.

Birds of prey representative Hangwani Mulaudzi was not accessible for input, while Ndlala’s recorded number appeared to have been disengaged.

Source : news365