Businessman who accused cops of extortion receives death threats

2022-06-29 10:32:00 PM

Businessman who accused cops of extortion receives death threats

Businessman who accused cops of extortion receives death threats

Johannesburg businessman Sipho Phangwa, who made a complaint of extortion, robbery, kidnapping and assault against 10 policemen who followed him home in what is believed to be a blue-light crime, claims to have received death threats.

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Businessman who accused cops of extortion receives death threatsJohannesburg businessman Sipho Phangwa, who made a complaint of extortion, robbery, kidnapping and assault against 10 policemen who followed him home in what is believed to be a blue-light crime, claims to have received death threats. SAPoliceService GTP_Traffstats IPID_ZA FaithMazibukoSA please investigate the 'business man' reffered to on 's article. Sipho Phangwa practices white-coller crime, fabricates incident reports so he can claim from insurance companies and uses fraudulent documents. He also clones OfficialSASSA bank cards and has previous convictions including an assault of a police officer which resulted to his firearm being confiscated. Sipho is a wolf covered in sheep skin and is GUILTY!!! SAPoliceService GTP_Traffstats IPID_ZA FaithMazibukoSA please investigate the 'business man' reffered to on 's article. Sipho Phangwa practices white-collar crime, fabricates incident reports so he can claim from insurance companies and uses fraudulent documents.

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The threats claim was made public on Monday as the accused appeared at the Randburg magistrate’s court for a formal bail application.The threats claim was made public on Monday as the accused appeared at the Randburg magistrate’s court for a formal bail application.The accused allegedly drove into the home of a Johannesburg businessman in marked Gauteng traffic police (GTP) vehicles and demanded R300,000 from Sipho Phangwa to make a criminal case against him go away.The 10 men made a brief appearance at the Randburg magistrate's court for a bail application on charges of extortion, kidnapping, robbery and assault yesterday.

... This article is free to read if you register or sign in. The accused were expected to submit a formal bail application but the matter could not proceed as the state informed the court that the complainant, Phangwa, has received death threats. If you have already registered or subscribed, please sign in to continue. If you have already registered or subscribed, please sign in to continue. . If you have already registered or subscribed, please sign in to continue.