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South Africans Paid For Celebrity Criminals Bester & Nandipha Luxurious Private Jet From Tanzania

South Africans tax payers’ money was likely used to ferry Mzansi’s Bonnie and Clyde aka Thabo Bester and Dr Nandipha Magudumana who were flown into Lanseria Airport in a luxury aircraft, which equates to nearly half-a-billion rands on Thursday, 13 April morning.

The couple was arrested in Tanzania while trying to flee to Kenya and South African authorities have refused to answer why they used a luxury plane.
Police Minister Bheki Cele refused to answer questions posed by Breytenbach about why such an arrangement came into play.
Cele said that i was part of negotiations by the Tanzanian authories.

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According to TimesLIVE, the duo Dr Nandipha Magudumana and Thabo Bester were flown back to South Africa on a Dassault Falcon 900B jet, which totals nearly half a billion rand ($26 million = R472,248,790.00).


“It is unknown why neither the SA Air Force nor the SAPS, which have aircraft capable of flying non-stop to Arusha, were not used to ferry the fugitives back home”, reports the publication.

The Facebook rapist and his lover, Dr Nandipha Magudumana were not allowed to communicate during their 3 and half hour flight from Tanzania to South Africa.

The publication adds the the pair along with their Mozambican accomplice Zakaria Alberto flew from Tanzania to South Africa with an official from the police department, one from home affairs, and another from the justice department.

In this morning’s videos and photos, the socialite doctor was seen walking through the airport’s gate 3 and loaded into a white Mercedes-Benz Vito, which totals R993,233.00.

Bester was accompanied by the Special Task Force members, who were seen racing him off the tarmac inside an Nyala armoured vehicle.

Magudumana was reportedly crying, while Bester was emotionless throughout the flight.



Business Insider reports that South Africa’s Elon Musk owned the nearly half a billion luxury jet, 9 years ago before Thabo Bester and Dr Nandipha were flown with the Dassault Falcon 900B jet this morning. It is believed Musk bought the jet before he became a billionaire in 2012.

Business Elites Africa reports that South African billionaire heir Nicky Oppenheimer, who founded a private jet company Fireblade Aviation that uses several of his aircraft, travels on the Global 6500 jet, which costs $56 million (R1 billion).

The publication adds that Johann Rupert, who’s also a South African millionaire has a Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft, which costs between $24 million to $64.5 million (R403 million to R 1.1 billion)



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