A South African man revealed what occurred to him when he questioned authorities about why one of the Gcaba brothers was caught in a fraudulent operation, withdrawing thousands of Rands and exhibiting an expensive car.
For those who have forgotten the story of the Gcaba brothers. Mandla Gcaba, who owns the majority of the taxi industry in parts of KwaZulu-Natal, has been linked to the fraudulent actions of one of his brothers.
One of the Gcaba brothers, Sthembiso Gcaba, is accused of making 133 withdrawals totaling R239,400 in April 2021. Furthermore, the alleged Gcaba paid R3.4 million for a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63 S, which is thought to have come from stolen funds.
The news infuriated many South Africans, who urged that he be detained. Surprisingly, the case took an unexpected turn when Gcaba's lawyer, Chris Gounden, revealed that his client had no prior convictions or active accusations. Gounden told magistrate Vanitha Armu that he could only afford R5,000 bail since Gcaba was a taxi driver.
During this moment, however, everything related to the Gcabas became silent, apparently to calm the storm. Then, 9 months later, they're the talk of the town after displaying a fleet of high-end sports and exotic cars at the Max's Lifestyle all-white party.
Each of the four Lamborghini cars is worth around R7 million, while the G wagon is around R2.1 million. The prospect of how much these brothers could be worth has people's jaws watering.
Hadebe M, often known as Hadebe, has come forward to say that the National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa intimidated him for asking why Sthembiso Gcaba was discharged without charge.
He believes this was done because the brothers have significant connections and can intimidate anyone who questions them. He puts it like way: If the case was reopened and investigations resumed, what would happen to the Gcaba Brothers?
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