NPA will not appeal the acquittal of businessman on R48 million charges

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Embattled businessman Matthews Tuwani Mulaudzi plans to reclaim everything he lost following his acquittal after a seven-year-long bruising court battle to clear his name on charges of fraud, theft, money laundering and racketeering. Photo: Supplied
Embattled businessman Matthews Tuwani Mulaudzi plans to reclaim everything he lost following his acquittal after a seven-year-long bruising court battle to clear his name on charges of fraud, theft, money laundering and racketeering. Photo: Supplied

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The executive chairperson of Luvhomba Group, which has interests in mining, IT, consulting and retail, was found not guilty by the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on June 2 following a seven-year trial.

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