The Intriguing Connections Between Thabo Bester and a Mysterious Billionaire Businesswoman

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Thabo Bester, a convicted rapist and murderer, was linked to a billionaire businesswoman before his association with Nandipha Magudumana. This revelation was made in an eNCA interview with a former inmate who shared a cell with Bester at the Magaung Correctional Centre.

Life Behind Bars

The former cellmate described Bester as a psychopath and anti-social individual who isolated himself in his cell for months. Despite being in prison, Bester did not lose focus on his business ventures and continued to manage them from his cell.

The Alleged Connection

According to the anonymous source in the interview, Bester was linked to a CEO before his involvement with Magudumana. However, the woman’s identity was censored by eNCA during the broadcast.

Celebrities and Cars

The interviewee also claimed that several celebrities had connections to Bester, and some of them even received cars from him. Recently, actress Simz Ngema confirmed that she visited Bester in prison in 2018 but maintained that it was solely for business reasons. Ngema was seeking payment for work completed through Bester’s company, 21st Century Media.

Debunking False Accusations

The false accusation that Royal AM CEO Shauwn Mkhize had visited Bester in jail arose on Twitter. However, News24 reporter Karyn Maughan debunked this theory and stated that Mkhize was not the billionaire in question. Prison records from G4S did not indicate her as a visitor.

The Mystery Continues

While the true identity of the billionaire businesswoman remains a mystery, the story of Bester’s past relationships and connections continues to captivate and mystify those following this sensational saga. The extent of his reach and influence, even while imprisoned, raises questions about the nature of his relationships and the impact they may have had on his business dealings. As more details emerge, the complex web of connections surrounding Bester continues to both fascinate and bewilder.

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