Court confirms order freezing assets of businessman who ‘flaunted wealth’ on social media

Court confirms order freezing assets of businessman who ‘flaunted wealth’ on social media

2021-03-03 01:53:00 PM

Court confirms order freezing assets of businessman who ‘flaunted wealth’ on social media

Hamilton Ndlovu leapt into the public domain in May 2020 after posting video footage online and boasting about buying a fleet of luxury vehicles worth about R11m.

Sars then approached the high court to confirm the provisional order, a move opposed by Ndlovu.The Hawks, according to court papers, are investigating whether personal protective equipment (PPE) contracts obtained by companies linked to Nldovu were legally granted.

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The diversion of huge sums of money among businesses supports the inference of all of them being mere alter egos of one person and implies strongly that shady dealings are likely.North Gauteng High CourtDuring its investigation into Ndlovu’s financial affairs, Sars discovered there were flows of money to and from one or more companies.

Sars also discovered the tax and VAT affairs of some of the companies were not in order.“Not only were returns outstanding, some for several years, but the income streams, especially payments from the NHLS to several respondents, could not be matched with the VAT, that would, by inference, be due and payable,” the court held. headtopics.com

Sars concluded Ndlovu allegedly used entities linked to him as alter egos “to spread potential liabilities and evade the scale of liability from progressive tax sales”.“The diversion of huge sums of money among businesses supports the inference of all of them being mere alter egos of one person and implies strongly that shady dealings are likely,” the court found.

Companies linked to Ndlovu, according to the court, failed to explain a rational business model to justify cash flows.The court contended the opinion of Sars that a preservation order was required and was reasonable.“The provisional order of September 10 2020 is confirmed and made final,” it ruled.

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