Troubles grow for k-word businessman

Troubles grow for k-word businessman

He may soon be the first black man to be convicted for calling a fellow black man a “k****r”, but businessman Peter-Paul Ngwenya has bigger issues to contend with. Since his fallout with former business partner and current chairman of Investec Bank Fani Titi, Ngwenya has seen a massive source of income dry up – with Titi, by proxy, being the one turning off the taps.

Ngwenya believes he is owed at least R3,7 million by a company controlled by Titi called Tsiya Radio (Pty) Ltd. Tsiya owns FM radio assets such as Heart FM in the Western Cape and Gagasi FM in KwaZulu-Natal.

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