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Grootfontein license dealer appears


by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

A Grootfontein man who failed to deliver to his clients after promising them learners and drivers’ licenses is facing two counts of theft.
Matias Uuwanga, who left his clients unhappy, was not pleased to learn that his clients had opened a theft case against him after he failed to deliver.
Leading to his arrest in June was his unfulfilled promise to allegedly provide Fika Amon with a learner’s licence and Piron Pinihas with a driver’s and learners licence after they had paid him N$4 600 in total.
Uuwanga will be out of business since the State opposed his bail application.
He was charged with two counts of theft under false pretence, and will remain at the Wanaheda Police Station until his transfer to Grootfontein for appearance at the Grootfontein Magistrates Court.