Renowned physician Dr. Mmereka “Pashy” Ntshani claims that she fell victim to a deceitful scheme orchestrated by convicted rapist and murderer Thabo Bester, along with Dr. Nandipha Magudumana, in connection with collaborating on a women empowerment endeavor with influential American media magnate Oprah Winfrey. Consequently, Dr. Ntshani suffered substantial financial losses amounting to millions.
“I gave Magudumana permission to give TK Nkoana (one of Bester’s aliases) my number and he called me. He said he was TK Nkwana, a South African businessman who’s now based in the US, and he said he had good relationships with the likes of Oprah Winfrey, as he was part of the team that was organising her coming to SA for the Global Citizens,” she told SABC News.
In a shocking turn of events, Dr. Mmereka “Pashy” Ntshani has come forward with allegations of deception against Bester. Ntshani claims that she fell victim to a cunning scheme orchestrated by Bester, who went to great lengths to deceive her. The deceptive tactics included sending her counterfeit contracts bearing the apparent signatures of media icon Oprah Winfrey and her esteemed television network, OWN. Bester also falsely proclaimed that the renowned US TV personality Gail King would be gracing the initiative as one of the distinguished speakers.
As a result of this elaborate ruse, Dr Pashy asserts that she suffered a significant financial loss amounting to millions of South African rand. Shockingly, the funds were allegedly channeled through Vibes Africa Incorporated International, a company believed to be owned by Dr. Nandipha Magudumana. The intricate web of deception, woven through the illicit activities of Bester and the involvement of Magudumana’s alleged company, has left Dr Pashy feeling betrayed and defrauded.
“I can’t at this point disclose how much was paid because this matter is under investigation and the police are checking the movement of that money. I’m still in consultation with the lawyers in terms of the criminal charge. I laid a criminal case and we are busy with the civil case to try recover the funds. I can confirm that it’s millions.”
According to a report by the Sunday Times, Dr. Nandipha Magudumana was apprehended in Tanzania and discovered to be in possession of four counterfeit passports. Shockingly, two of these fraudulent passports were found to belong to none other than Dr. Mmereka “Pashy” Ntshani herself. This revelation adds a perplexing twist to the unfolding narrative surrounding their interconnected experiences.
Dr Nandipha has since filed a Lawsuit to Declare Arrest and Abduction Unlawful which the court dismissed with costs.