/ 10 September 2021

Luxury SUV allegedly bought with Ters payment fraud

Photo Delwyn Verasamy
Brazen: When the government announced a relief package for workers whose livelihoods were affected by lockdowns in April 2020, Lindelani Gumede (above and left) allegedly immediately jumped into action, fraudulently registering three existing companies, and one he created, for Ters payments. He is then alleged to have kept the payouts, which should rightfully have gone to the affected workers. (Delwyn Verasamy/M&G)
Lindelani Gumede bought himself a luxury Audi Q2 and settled his brother’s R560 000 bond during a spending spree

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