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The case against four women who are believed to be part of a dating site fraud scam was postponed on Wednesday after it was revealed that one of the women was heavily pregnant and could not travel from Johannesburg to Cape Town for the court appearance.
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The case was transferred to Bellville from the Germiston Magistrate’s Court, where 43-year-old Nokuthula Ndaba first appeared on fraud charges earlier this year.
Ndaba appeared in the Bellville Magistrate's Court with two of her co-accused - Estolz Elanie, 65, and Memorial Fourie, 76. Ndaba first appeared in court on April 15 on fraud charges, after a Cape Town woman was catfished out of around R4m by a "man" she met on a dating site, who offered her a business partnership.
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