Limpopo businessman in court for alleged farm machinery fraud

2022-01-22 01:07:00 PM

Limpopo businessman in court for alleged farm machinery fraud

Limpopo businessman in court for alleged farm machinery fraud

A Limpopo businessman has been hauled to court for alleged fraud involving farming equipment worth R121,000.

Hawks spokesperson Capt Matimba Maluleke said the charges stem from a 2019 incident in which Louwrens allegedly delivered faulty farming equipment to a client and failed to fix it. Maluleke said Louwrens also did not pay back the money.“In September 2019, the victim allegedly bought farming machinery from the company owned by the accused to the tune of R121,125 and a delivery was made. It is reported that when the victim inspected the machinery, he realised that they were faulty and returned them to the company,” said Maluleke.

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Hawks spokesperson Capt Matimba Maluleke said the charges stem from a 2019 incident in which Louwrens allegedly delivered faulty farming equipment to a client and failed to fix it. Maluleke said Louwrens also did not pay back the money. The decision was taken by the league’s provincial executive committee (PEC) at the weekend after it received a report on the matter. “In September 2019, the victim allegedly bought farming machinery from the company owned by the accused to the tune of R121,125 and a delivery was made.. It is reported that when the victim inspected the machinery, he realised that they were faulty and returned them to the company,” said Maluleke. Acting provincial secretary Bitsa Lenkopane told TimesLIVE that there was no choice but to suspend their party membership temporarily pending an investigation. “It is further reported that when the victim made a follow-up to check if the machinery was fixed, he could not get hold of the accused and the money was never paid back. A subscription helps you enjoy the best of our business content every day along with benefits such as articles from our international business news partners; ProfileData financial data; and digital access to the Sunday Times and Sunday Times Daily.

” Maluleke said the matter was reported to the directorate’s serious commercial crime investigation unit.” The website reported that it has been informed that the provincial ANC Women’s League’s bank account had an amount of R2. Already subscribed? Simply sign in below. “After a successful investigation, Louwrens was served with summons to appear in court the very same day,” said Maluleke. The matter was postponed to March 4. “It is unfortunate because we have always been told there is no money each time we needed to do organisational work,” said an official who asked not to be identified. TimesLIVE .