Who is Bridget Motsepe: Bridgette Motsepe Radebe is a South African businesswoman of Tswana descent and the sister of South African businessman Patrice Motsepe and First Lady of South Africa Tshepo Motsepe. She is currently implicated in a multi-billion rand money laundering case in Botswana. Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe was named as a co-signatory in two South African bank accounts holding more than $10 billion (R170 billion) In a statement at the time the allegations were made Dr Bridget Motsepe said, “There
By Blessing Mhlanga. 23 June 2020 The first lady of South Africa, Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe who happens to be the sister of South African mining mogul, Patrice Motsepe; is under fire. According to eNca, the Botswana government has appointed AfriForum's private prosecution unit to represent it in the high profile money-laundering and fraud Court Case involving South African businesswoman Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe. Botswana media reports have alleged that Motsepe-Radebe is a co-signatory to at least two Bank ac
Mzansi's Richest Women Who Will Inspire You! Who doesnt admire a powerful woman who works hard for her living. If you're looking for a role model in your life, these are you ladies: Bridgette Radebe – R1 billion Bridgette Motsepe Radebe is a proud tswana businesswoman and the sister of South African businessman Patrice Motsepe. Bridgette started as a miner and progressed to founding her successful mining company known as Mmakau Mining. The company operates in gold, coal, uranium, platinum, exploration, and
Another African former president have come under fire and has been accused of stealing millions of money from government. While has denied the claims against him, the courts have also vindicated him by proving his innocence and he has vowed to take on those who dragged his name through the mud.
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The Botswana government has accused the South African governement of withholding important information inorder for them to prosecute in the money laundering case involving Brigette Motsepe-Radebe and former President of the Republic of Botswana Ian Khama. Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe and former Botswana president Ian Khama have been accussed of plotting to overthrow President Mokgweetsi Masisi by the Botswana government. It has linked Motsepe-Radebe and Ian Khama to the laundering of $10 billion (R172.2 billion)
It's confirmed that the report from Omnia Strategy was commissioned by Motsepe - Radebe, that's occurred after she was accused of facilitating money laundering on the tune of $10 billion in cash. Reports confirmed that the allegations made by the Botswana Investigators were actually false and fabricated. Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe and the former Botswana president lan Khama have been cleared of any wrong doings linked to money laundering. Picture:(lan Khama) They are both preparing to sue for defamation and open
False allegations against former president Ian khama and Bridgette Motsepe Radebe dropped. South African business women and pan African ambassador Bridgette Motsepe Radebe has been cleared off on money laundering allegations but it's by private investigations,what effect does this have. According to thuli Madonsela and cherrie Blair whose company led the investigations former president Ian khama and Bridgette Motsepe Radebe say they will be suing the Botswana government for reputational damage. The pair have
Mining magnate Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe is digging in her heels and allegedly refusing to co-operate with an investigation into her alleged involvement in fraud and money laundering in Botswana. AfriForum took over the case after Botswana announced that they are closing this case due to lack of cooperation with South African justice department. Tweeps said that they must show South Africa how it's done and arrest her if found guilty. These offences carry penalties ranging between R100 million and R1 billion