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Controversial forex trader is in the spotlight again. Photo : Instagram
Controversial forex trader is in the spotlight again. Photo : Instagram

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Two more fraud charges have been laid against self-proclaimed youngest millionaire Sandile Shezi after he failed to pay back people who invested in his forex trading company. City Press has learnt that the two fraud cases, involving R600 000 and R156 000, were reported at the Sandton Police Station in July and last month, respectively.

The flashy entrepreneur, who claims he made his first R1 million through forex trading, faces allegations of defrauding several unsuspecting investors, the latest being a retired police officer based in Ladybrand in the Free State. Piet Mphumela allegedly invested R600 000 into Shezi’s company iTrade FX Live last year.

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