"Rihlampfu, of Rihlampfu Attorneys, was struck off the roll as a lawyer in Gauteng on 7 March 2018, due to his unscrupulous practices. (A while later) he kept on swindling six distinct complainants among June and August 2018, in and around Pretoria, by claiming to be a conveyancer and a rehearsing lawyer," as per North Gauteng territorial representative for the head of public arraignments, Lumka Mahanjana.
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She said the complainants would store cash into Rihlampfu's ledger, trusting that he would help them with their home buys, regarding moves and issues of title deeds.
"Rihlampfu would take the cash and use it for his advantage," said Mahanjana.
"In court, he conceded to all charges alluded against him. In his liable request, he said that he took cash from the purchasers for his own utilization and that he planned to take and swindle them."
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Mahanjana said Rihlampfu let the court know that he realize that no exchanges planned to occur and no title deeds were to be given by the deeds office.
"The officer acknowledged his blameworthy request and viewed him to be entirelyliable of all counts. The matter was delayed to 8 June 2022, for sentence procedures."
Top of the Specialized Commercial Crimes Unit, Advocate Marshall Mokgatle has invited the conviction of Rihlampfu, from Mabopane, north of Tshwane.
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