More charges for gardener

Nkomazana PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO.jpg
Nkomazana PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO.jpg

The Zimbabwean gardener who was initially charged with stealing P3.9 million belonging to the late Solomon Tlhapane has been slapped with three more charges.

Bhekizwe Nkomazana (35) also known as Khaya Bheki Mazibuku, now faces additional charges of entering Botswana through ungazetted point of entry, forging a Title Deed in the names of Tebogo Edwin Koketso for a farm in Oodi which was owned by Tlhapane as well as bribing Daniel Gasefiwe, a Registration and Licensing Officer for P3,500 to unlawfully issue him a Botswana driving license.

Gasefiwe was charged for issuing the same unlawfully while Murima was also slapped with a charge for obtaining a Botswana drivers license claiming that he previously possessed a Zambian one.

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