"Our Leader Is Gone" Alleged Money Heist Thieves Squander Millions Days After Billionaire Boss Dies. Over the years, young South Africans have learnt the hard way to stop showing off their wealth on social media and it doesn't always end well. This you can see with Hamilton Ndlovu, the other man who used a private chopper to spray money some time ago.
Hamilton Ndlovu just doesn’t learn. The infamous businessman seems to be having the last laugh as he just bought himself a Lamborghini. Ndlovu took to the townships to show off his brand new luxury car. This is the same way he drew attention to himself the first time.
There are commotions and pandemonium in the political circles in South Africa now, as one of the PPE graft accused, Hamilton Ndlovu has allegedly promised to release the names of those involved, as he is not prepared to go down alone and suffer for others. The infamous PPE scandal and saga brought high levels of criticism to the government of President Cyril Ramaphosa after it was reported that the R500 billion procured to help fight Covid-19 pandemic was greatly mismanaged, riddled by massive corruptions.
Hamilton Ndlovu is finally talking and ready to drop names. The PPE graft accused Hamilton Ndlovu is to drop names and reveal officials involved in the R172-million tender. Ndlovu says he has been receiving death threats from those involved in the matter. Ndlovu, who made headlines after scoring R172 million on Personal Protective Equipment(PPE) contracts has vowed to expose who benefitted from the tender.
It looks like Hamilton Ndlovu is finally ready to talk and start giving names. People who worked on the R172 million contract are going to be named by Hamilton Ndlovu. By Ndlovu's account, he has been getting death threats from people who are involved in the case.
There is a flurry of activity in South African politics right now, as one of the PPE graft suspects, Hamilton Ndlovu, is believed to have pledged to expose the identities of individuals involved, since he is unwilling to go down alone and suffer for others. president Cyril Ramaphosa's government came under fire after it was revealed that R500 billion obtained to battle the Covid-19 outbreak had been severely mismanaged and tainted with significant corruption in the infamous PPE scam and saga.
27 January 2022 By Sphe J Hadebe A report from the media publication, ZAlebs reveals that the baby daddy of Khanyi Mbau is broke and back to being a drunkard. Some years ago, the actress and media personality, Khanyi Mbau served some couple goals on social media with her now ex husband and the father of his baby, Hamilton Ndlovu.
SIU and Hawks came down on him really fast and quick almost immediately after this video. He looted Gauteng Provincial Health and all his assets and bank accounts are frozen. Last time I checked he attempted to unfreeze them via court because he is broke to afford good lawyers.
It is appalling how the National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS); tender recipients; all cared about enriching themselves; and forgot about the lives of the health workers; and the public at large; that they were putting at stake; during the height of the pandemic.
27 January 2022 By Sphe J Hadebe The famous "Insta- millionaire" that was flashing expensive cars and expensive luxurious life on Instagram in the past years has finally had doors closed on him. It has become the end of the road for his flashy lifestyle and he could soon be behind bars.
27 January 2022 It seems like only yesterday when a viral video of a young man went viral after he had just bought luxury cars worth R11 million at once. That was back in May 2020 when everyone was panicking about their livelihoods due to the pandemic. Amongst the cars were three Porsches, a Lamborghini and a Jeep SUV.
PPE Tender accused Hamilton Ndlovu is expected to name drop his accomplices in the render business. Ndlovu came into the spotlight when he bought multiple luxury cars at the same time. He was then followed by SARS but seemingly slipped through their fingers. COVID came and Ndlovu is said to be among those who received funds for the PPE tenders irregularly.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/26/siu-report-finds-hamilton-ndlovu-linked-to-irregular-contracts-with-nhls?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - From the Digital Vibes embarrassment toward the Eastern Cape's bike ambulances and the multi-million rand contract between disputable money manager, Hamilton Ndlovu, and the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS), the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report subtleties the loot that occurred in all circles of government in the country's reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/controversial-businessman-hamilton-ndlovu-loses-bid-to-stop-siu-from-recovering-r172m-of-illegal-ppe-tender-cash-049423f5-c083-4429-ad32-6d17d9ff45b4?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1640090003 Questionable finance manager Hamilton Ndlovu has lost his fight to stop the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) from housing a court application to save the R172.7 million PPE delicate agreements illicitly granted to him by the National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS).
he’s trying to threaten the politicians so that they can do the things that need to be done so his case is struck off. Why can’t he just speak to prosecutors and make a deal instead he’s telling newspapers What if guy isn’t dropping any names but someone is using this to put a bullseye on his back?
Affluent young businessman Hamilton Ndlovu has once again grabbed the front page newspaper headlines. Ndlovu is one of the biggest beneficiaries in the PPE scandal after raking in excess of R170m from irregularly awarded contracts by the NHLS. The report revealed that nine companies awarded PPE contracts “made payments to Ndlovu’s account and these payments were diverted to Hamilton Holdings, as well as Feliham [owned by Ndlovu’s fiancée].”
Hamilton Ndlovu, a flashy businessperson who rose to prominence after posting images of five of his fancy automobiles on social media a while back, has fallen on hard times. Ndlovu, whose fleet comprised a Jeep Grand Cherokee, a Lamborghini Urus, and three Porsches for an estimated R11 million, told the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) that he required money to defend the unit's preservation application to freeze his assets.
The Special Investigating Unit(SIU) has accused Hamilton Ndlovu, a businessman known for displaying his wealth on social media, as a suspect in the PPE tender fraud investigation . Following an investigation into the government's spending during the Covid-19 outbreak, the SIU just released a report.
A blow to Hamilton Ndlovu after a ruling was made against him– The Special Investigating Unit used its Twitter platform to break the bad news that befell businessman Hamilton Ndlovu . This was after it was reported that the Special Tribunal had made a decision to dismiss with costs an application that was submitted by Hamilton to stop the Special Investigating Unit from taking further legal action against him .
‘I am broke’: Flashy Hamilton Ndlovu says he has lost his millions (msn.com) The tale of Hamilton Ndlovu is most in reality a precautionary one. The man who shot to social media reputation at some stage in our first COVID-19 lockdown of 2020 stuck the eye of EVERYONE in South Africa – which includes the pinnacle dogs at SARS.