Mahlubandile Nqoma and Theophillus Mncedi Pato, both 49, are blamed for cheating clueless casualties out of countless rand. Falcons representative Capt Yolisa Mgolodela said the supposed wrongdoings were perpetrated somewhere in the range of 2016 and 2018.
"The pair are asserted to have suspected to be domain specialists. They purportedly showed and sold houses that were not on special. The casualties were approached to store monies into the ledgers of the suspects and they did so yet never got their homes," said Mgolodela.
"The matter was accounted for to the Hawks and examinations were done which finished in the capture of the pair. They made their short court appearance and they were delivered on bail. The examination uncovered that the casualties were biased money of more than R800,000."
Nqoma and Pato showed up in the East London judge's court around the same time and were delivered on bail of R1,000 each. The matter was remanded to July 8 for the blamed to get legitimate portrayal.
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