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Women In Forex boss challenged Sizwe Dhlomo on a R1 million charity donation in a Twitter war

Phumzile Ngcatshe

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JOHANNESBURG – Following the alleged arrest of millionaire Jabulani ‘Cashflow’ Ngcobo, a war on Twitter has broken out between a famous radio personality Sizwe Dhlomo and Women in Forex, CEO, Nobuhle Ndlovu.

Ngcobo is reportedly behind bars following reports that he scammed an Angolan national in Johannesburg and the victim opened a case in Sandton.

It is reported that Ngcobo has been sentenced for nine years for allegedly scamming the Angolan for R100 000 in a Forex deal that went sour.

The self-proclaimed millionaire was acquitted on similar charges in January last year, but has been handed a lengthy sentence following a business deal that went wrong with a businessman based in Sandton.

With the story still developing, Dhlomo who is renowned for publicly attacking Forex traders calling them scammers, weighing in his opinion on the matter and Nobuhle, the self proclaimed “traders groundma” and the CEO of Women In Forex, didn’t like it and quickly took to her Instagram page to challenge Dhlomo.

Meanwhile, the fight could get nasty as the day progresses with the radio presenter not holding back, but responded to the Forex guru telling her “your momma is broke ”

In her response, she called Dhlomo to a ‘little’ challenge suggesting she can donate R1 Million to the charity of Dhlomo’s choice and in return for Dhlomo to donate a million too.

Nobuhle is the current africa’s richest forex woman with a 100 million rand net worth as of November 2018.

Although it remains unclear if Ngcobo has been sentenced, FX Magazine made enquiries with Sandton Police, but they declined to make an official comment.

Phumzile is an experienced Journalist having launched his career in 2007. He has written for News24 Travel and a number of Football websites and publications covering the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL), African football such as the CAF African Cup of Nations and CAF Club competitions. He recently joined FX Magazine to offer more balanced and unbiased financial reporting.

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    Ryan

    May 7, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    Ndlovu or mkhize.???
    Wake up people!!!

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