Exposed: Khanyi Mbau’s Zimbabwean bae in a car hijacking syndicate

Exposed: Khanyi Mbau’s Zimbabwean bae in a car hijacking syndicate
A few months ago he made all sorts of reasons for the wrong reasons. However, his scandals quickly fizzled out but in the wake of new daring allegations leveled against him, Kudzai Mushonga is making all sorts of headlines for the wrong reasons.

 

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Earlier this year Kudzai Mushonga saw himself trending after it was indicated that he was wanted back home in Zimbabwe to answer against fraud charges which are being leveled against him. Well, it seems he is a good fraudster.
Exposed: Khanyi Mbau's Zimbabwean bae in a car hijacking syndicate
Exposed: Khanyi Mbau’s Zimbabwean bae in a car hijacking syndicate
Well, he has two SA IDs. The Zimbabwean fugitive Terrence Kudzai Mushonga has been accused by a Joburg-based Nigerian national, James Aliyu, of defrauding him of R1.2-million in what he believes is an elaborate vehicle scam.
However, according to Aliyu, he bought two cars from Mushonga, one of which has since been hijacked while the other had been stolen on two separate occasions by criminals whom he believes work for Mushonga.

Exposed: Khanyi Mbau’s Zimbabwean bae in a car hijacking syndicate

In a police statement seen by Savanna News, Aliyu said Mushonga approached him and introduced himself as Dick Lefa Nzula from South Africa and sold him a Merc for R720 000 and the Jaguar for R500 000. Aliyu said Mushonga gave him copies of his South African drivers’ licence, smartcard ID and vehicle papers, which Sunday World has seen, for the change of ownership and registration of the cars to his name.
Exposed: Khanyi Mbau's Zimbabwean bae in a car hijacking syndicate
Exposed: Khanyi Mbau’s Zimbabwean bae in a car hijacking syndicate
However, he said he went to Roodepoort traffic centre on May 25 where he was told the documents were phoney. Speaking to the media from Dubai via a video call, Mushonga did not want to explain why he was using two different names. Also, he said that he had R20-million in his bank account but would not repay Aliyu because the money Aliyu gave him was proceeds of crime.
“That man is wanted by the FBI for scamming Americans millions of rand,” he said. However, Home Affairs spokesperson Siya Qoza refused to shed light on Mushonga’s mysterious South African citizenship and identity. Gauteng police spokesperson Kay Makhubela did not respond to questions at the time of going to press.

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