Hamilton Ndlovu wants court to help him keep R100m from PPE tenders

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Hamilton Ndlovu.  Photo: Screen grab/ YouTube
Hamilton Ndlovu. Photo: Screen grab/ YouTube

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Earlier this month, Judge Lebogang Modiba ruled that all assets belonging to the flamboyant businessman and his associates be auctioned to recoup the R158 million he received in unlawful contracts from the National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS).

However, Ndlovu argued in his appeal papers that the Special Tribunal was punching above its weight and now wanted the matter to be heard in a court of law.

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