DURBAN, South Africa – The Durban High Court has granted an order to the Asset Forfeiture Unit to seize R5.9 million worth of cars and houses which belong to two businessmen from Proz Consultants CC.
The assets seized belong to Mlungisi Sibusiso Nkosinathi Ndaba and Nicholas Kemeta Mncube.
The AFU seized the assets in a joint venture with the police, the National Prosecuting Authority’s Tax Unit in KZN and the South African Revenue Service.
The NPA’s regional spokesperson in KZN, Natasha Kara, said the assets were seized after the pair were charged with fraud and for allegedly contravening the Tax Administration Act.
“It is alleged that the accused made under-declarations and non-declarations when completing the company’s income tax and VAT returns.
“The items seized today include a property in Margate as well as luxury vehicles, all amounting to over R5.9 million. These will be kept under curatorship pending the finalisation of the criminal proceedings, which were adjourned to January 20, 2021,” said Kara.
These are some of the cars that were seized today.
A red Mercedes Benz C Class
A black Mercedes Benz C Class
A grey Audi A4
A black Mercedes Benz V Class
A property in Margate
The Asset Forfeiture Unit has secured an order to seize this Margate property and several cars belonging to Mlungisi Sibusiso Nkosinathi Ndaba and Nicholas Kemeta Mncube of Proz Consultants CC.
The matter is back in court in January.