Faith Nketsi’s Husband Nzuzo Njilo Sees One Fraud Case Dismissed
Controversial businessman Nzuzo Njilo, who is married to influencer and reality TV star Faith Nketsi, has received some positive news as one of his fraud cases has been dismissed. On Monday, 5 June, the Randburg Magistrate’s Court withdrew the fraud case that was brought forward by Blaine Evans and James Stephen’s, owners of Lund Industries. The case was related to an outstanding debt of approximately R1 million. The pair had paid Njilo for copper concentrate, which he never delivered in August of the previous year.
Njilo’s lawyer, Ofentse Nkgwang, stated, “We did legal representations for the withdrawal of the case based on the merits of the case. The representations were considered and successful. I, unfortunately, can’t disclose the contents of the legal representations.”
Nzuzo Njilo Gets One Fraud Case Dismissed
Although one fraud case against Njilo has been dismissed, he is not entirely in the clear. He and his business partner, Kwanda Ntshangase, are scheduled to appear at the Port Shepstone Magistrate’s Court on 20 June. The case involves allegations that Njilo and Ntshangase posed as salesmen who pretended to sell a truck in May 2021. The unsuspecting buyer physically viewed the truck at a dealership in Boksburg, Ekurhuleni, and later paid a substantial amount of money. However, the truck was never delivered.
In April, Njilo was granted bail of R30,000, while Ntshangase received bail of R3,000. Authorities believe they have a strong case against the accused, and as part of their bail conditions, the accused must report to their local police stations when leaving the province and comply with all laws.
Legal Troubles Continue
Nzuzo Njilo, son of former mayor Themba Njilo, has been facing legal challenges in connection with alleged fraudulent activities. While one case has been dismissed, another case is still pending. Njilo and his business partner are accused of deceiving a buyer by posing as salesmen for a truck transaction. The allegations state that the buyer viewed the truck, paid a substantial sum of money, but never received the vehicle.
Despite the dismissal of one case, Njilo’s legal troubles are far from over. The upcoming court appearance will determine the outcome of the pending fraud case. Authorities are confident in the strength of their case against Njilo and Ntshangase, and the accused must adhere to strict bail conditions.
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