Kwaito legend, Arthur Mafokate, was reported to the police after altering a court judgement that was granted in his favour, over R500 000 that was owed to him by former SABC employee and businessman, Owen Ndlovu.

The Sunday World reports that Mafokate sent an attachment letter to the SABC demanding to be paid any money that the SABC owes Ndlovu.

However, Ndlovu has accused Mafokate of changing the attachment letter from the court, replacing the contents of the original letter with his own.


Ndlovu opened a case of fraud against Mafokate at Mondeor police station last week.

The SABC owes Ndlovu R5 Million while Ndlovu owes Mafokate R500 000, that he invested in the Summer song awards project.

Ndlovu said while the court granted Mafokate the rights to the Summer Song Awards, it never granted him access to the money that the SABC owes him.

Ndlovu told the Sunday World that Mafokate changed the letter that the Sherrif wrote to suit his agenda.

The Sherrif’s letter is dated 24 July 2020, while Mafokate’s letter to the SABC is dated 13 February 2020.

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday World – 9 August 2020