Maintaining a popular lifestyle is not a matter of night, it takes a wise man or woman to do magic. Yeah, the showzbiz doesn't pay anything at all, looks like poor Ndaba is already sinking in debt, and essentially, they've offered her condition a blind eye. Things haven't gone well for Mzansi's famous actress, Sophie Lichaba, who's been struggling with illness in recent years – and now she's got her car resting.
Papers from the High Court claim that the former Generations actress' bank had asked the court to reset one of its vehicles, the Hyundai Mighty Workhorse. Nevertheless, they could all agree that the crown had a third hand in its performance. I mean, businesses have to shut down and it is known that the queen has a catering business of its own.
Sophie had purchased a car from her agency, Sophla Trading (PTY) Ltd. However, owing to some of the money that the bank owes to its creditors, it sent paperwork to the High Court asking that it be compensated for keeping one of its vehicles in service.
According to https:/www.dailysun.co.za/Celebs/soapie-stars-truck-in-repo-sight-20201127 Former Generations actress Sophie owes more than R685 000 to its creditors as security for the principal debt charged back to her. It is understood that the bank already needs a judicial order to compel Ndaba to return the car.
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