Businessman’s R11m luxury cars boast sparks Hawks’ interest

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Hamilton Ndlovu.
Hamilton Ndlovu.

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Flamboyant businessperson Hamilton Ndlovu, who rose to fame when he bought five expensive cars and bragged about them on social media, is receiving some unwanted attention from the country’s elite crime-busting entity the Hawks.

In May, the 32-year-old took social media by storm when he posted a video of himself receiving a delivery of three Porsches, a Jeep Grand Cherokee and a Lamborghini Urus SUV – costing a total of R11 million – that he had purchased.

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