The billionaire and the stripper

The billionaire and the stripper

How Home Affairs are spoilsports and are spoiling the fairy tale of the billionaire and the stripper.

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Submitted by : Veruschka De Wet on 2011-05-27 13:40:57
Mmmm, she clearly had the intention to live her illegally. Why else would they have paid R9k to "work" for a company they know she would never work for. Well done Home Affairs!

Editor's Note
Yes Home Affairs must be congratulated for doing the right thing.
Submitted by : Jim Van Zyl of Bryanston on 2011-05-27 11:53:54
Can witnesses not testify via remote video link in cases like this?

Editor's Note
Don't you forget, the amount paid was Gbedemah's, so if the sole intention is to get testimony that would convict Barnard, why hasn't the moneybag testified? Mr. Nose feels the intention is to have the ex-stripper back in the country and then fight deportation once the case is dropped.


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