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Oscars conman’s case postponed

The case of the  man alleged to have attempted to con Oscar Pistorius has been postponed to the 12th of April.  It is reported that Tshifiwa Rudzhadzi had told Pistorius he could make his murder conviction go away  at a fee of R250 000. Pistorius’s family alerted the  police who then devised a sting operation together with the hawks, offering an initial payment of R40 000 to trap Rudzhadzi. The conman fell for the offer and was arrested on the spot in Pretoria last month.