‘Rubber’ might lose residential property over E800 000 loan
It never rains but pours for football administrator Bheki Rubber Simelane as summons have now been issued against him in respect of three over E800 000 claims by Nedbank Swaziland.
Two of the claims by the bank are in respect of Urban Home Loans while the other is in respect of a Business Loan.
Recently the bank sucessfully filed ex-parte application against Simelane and were granted an order that the Deputy Sheriff for the Hhohho region attach and seize his Kia Spontage in respect of E47 000 in arrears.
According to the first claim, the bank seeks the payment of the sum of E121 926.02 in respect of monies lent and advanced as an urban homes loan (mortgage loan facility) by the plaintiff in May 2014 to the first defendant (Simelane).
Simelane is cited as the first defendant in the matter while BPL Communications (Pty) Ltd has been cited as the second defendant.
In the second claim, the bank is seeking payment of the sum of E649 974.43 in respect of monies lent and advanced to the first defendant as an urban home loan (mortgage loan facility) by the plaintiff in the same year to the first defendant at the latter’s special instance and request.
In the last claim, the bank according to the summons is seeking payment for the sum of E74 845.83 being monies lent by the plaintiff and adavanced on behalf of the defendants business facility in May 2014 and October 2017 at the latter’s instance request.
The summons further state that if they wish to defend the claims, the first and second defendants are to file a notice of intention to defend with the Registrar of the High Court. The bank is represnented by Mbabane based senior attorney Kenneth Motsa from Robinson Bertram Attorneys.
IN DEBT: Football administrator Bheki ‘Rubber’ Simelane.