The Witbank Magistrate’s Court in Mpumalanga has granted R200 000 bail to Mpumalanga businessman, Sam Shabalala.
The 27-year-old is facing charges of fraud, corruption and possession of an unlicensed firearm and contravening of immigration act charges.
It is alleged that the owner of a truck company, Sam Holdings, obtained his South African ID fraudulently.
Shabalala is also accused of attempting to bribe a Home Affairs official.
Last week, the court heard that his real name is Sambulo Bruce Chabalala.
He became the talk of the town after going to the Durban July in a convoy of over 50 luxury vehicles. The case has been postponed to the 22nd of November.
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