Hamilton Ndlovu pleads poverty

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Ndlovu, who shot to fame when he posted pictures of five of his luxury vehicles on social media a while back, has fallen on hard times. Photo: YouTube
Ndlovu, who shot to fame when he posted pictures of five of his luxury vehicles on social media a while back, has fallen on hard times. Photo: YouTube

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Flashy businessperson Hamilton Ndlovu, who shot to fame when he posted pictures of five of his luxury vehicles on social media a while back, has fallen on hard times.

Ndlovu, whose fleet included a Jeep Grand Cherokee, a Lamborghini Urus and three Porsches worth an estimated R11 million in total, told the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) that he needed cash to fight the preservation application brought by the unit to freeze his assets.

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