Thabiso Hamilton Ndlovu invited Hawks interest on his doorstep when he purchased R11million worth of top range luxury cars including three Porches, a Lamborghini Urus and a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
He took to social media to flaunt his newly acquired fleet, a move he later apologised citing poor timing.
According to reliable sources, the Hawks have strong evidence that Hamilton Ndlovu was awarded a PPE tender corruptly.
Previously iReport SA News reported that businessman Hamilton Ndlovu whose purchase video of 5 high range luxury cars went viral on social media has apologized for the video.
In his apology, Hamilton revealed that the timing of the video was poor considering that the country and communities are fighting the pandemic.
The video was received with mixed emotions on social media others view it as inspiration while other call for an investigation on his source of income.
Hamilton Ndlovu apology
Over the past weekend, a video showing several new vehicles that I recently purchased for my family’s use was posted on my social media timeline.
After much introspection, and taking counsel from my family and community elders, I realized that the video was in poor taste and appeared at a very unfortunate time in our country as we are battling with an invisible enemy which has once more exposed huge challenges faced by my community and many other townships in our country.
The timing of the video is very unfortunate, and I want to unreservedly apologise to my wife, parents, siblings, and children, for the embarrassment this broadcast has caused. I accept that this video has caused much anger and anxiety within the family in the last few days, and to a greater extent has rendered the family vulnerable to unnecessary attention.
Will Hamilton Ndlovu follow Sam Mshengu Chabalala’s fate?
Comparisons between the two young and flashy millionaires were drawn due to their behaviour of inviting the law enforcement and taxman on their doorsteps.
The young millionaire Sam Mshengu become popular after travelling to Durban in a convoy of flashy top range supercars and invited the taxman on his doorstep. He is now believed to be staying in his country of origin Zimbabwe after dodging Sout African authorities. Sam’s absence and failure to comply resulted in the auctioning of his fleet of trucks in Midrand.