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Woman charged with fraud

Mon, 4 July 2016 20:07
by staff writer
Courts

Lahia Shitumwa (46), a resident of Erf 3365 Okaryande Street, has been accused of falsely renting out municipal land to Johannes Armas court documents show.
The incident took place between 01 August 2012 and 14 November 2012 near the Okuryangava residential area of the Windhoek district. Shitumwa pretended to Armas that she had the lawful authority to rent out the said property resulting in a loss of N$900 to Armas, court documents show.
The accused has been warned and will be appearing in court on the 18th of April 2017 for a plea and trial.