South Africa's very own Tinder swindler

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 Self-proclaimed influencer and businessperson Amon ‘Amoleno’ Namara. Photo: Instagram
Self-proclaimed influencer and businessperson Amon ‘Amoleno’ Namara. Photo: Instagram

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“Love me tender,” they all sobbed, “before I knew it, I’d been robbed.”

A number of relatively well-off, but lovelorn women are singing the blues after they had hundreds of thousands of rands, jewellery and clothes stolen from them by a man they met on dating site Tinder.

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