‘Dodgy’ property valuer lands plum job after ‘acing’ interview

Thapelo Mmusinyane property valuer was implicated in a R1.94bn civil damages claim
Thapelo Mmusinyane property valuer was implicated in a R1.94bn civil damages claim
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A property valuer who was implicated in a R1.94bn civil damages claim against the City of Joburg and a criminal charge over an alleged dodgy property deal‚ has been appointed as the eThekwini municipality’s new head of real estates.

Thapelo Mmusinyane started his new duties at the beginning of September and the municipality said he was appointed because he met the requirements of the post‚ was registered with the Property Valuers Profession‚ and did “exceptionally well” in the job interview.

Mmusinyane‚ who was an internal candidate valuer at the Johannesburg Property Company‚ was implicated in a criminal case relating to the alleged irregularities and unlawful manner of the disposal of portions of the Huddle Park Property in Johannesburg. While the case was opened at Hillbrow and transferred to the Hawks in April last year‚ Mmusinyane was not arrested.

-For more on this story‚ please visit Times Select. https://select.timeslive.co.za/news/2018-09-13-dodgy-property-valuer-lands-plum-job-after-acing-interview/

 

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