Court bid to seize Moosagie’s assets

Lee-Anne Butler

MISSING Malabar millionaire Amier Moosa- gie’s assets could be confiscated by the state if the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) is successful in its application for a restraint order.

The NDPP has applied for a final restraint order compelling the surrender of property in terms of Section 26 of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act.

The matter was postponed to March 20 in the Port Elizabeth High Court last week.

The order includes the assets of Moosagie and his third wife, Desiree Jenkins, 55, his co-accused in his fraud, forgery, money laundering and racketeering trial, alternatively theft totalling R3-million.

 

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