Don't mention my conviction, says fraudster Panday

Don't mention my conviction, says fraudster Panday

Visham Panday, gold and diesel dealer, convicted fraudster and brother to the more infamous Thoshan Panday, has demanded that Pietermaritzburg magistrate Ashin Singh make good on his threat to have him charged with defeating the ends of justice. So he told Noseweek when he called to demand a right of reply after getting a mention in a nose227 story titled ‘Foul-mouthed magistrate threatened me’.

As it happens, the alleged threat mentioned in the headline was not directed at Panday, but at The Witness newspaper’s court reporter, Sharika Regchand.

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