Durban widow homeless after being scammed by an estate agent

Grant

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It was pretty obvious that I did not read the article, but skimmed through it. There's no way I would lie, or, per se, try and defend that.

Again, you need to read up on punctuation. There are more mistakes in your post, but I'll leave you to figure that out.

Good luck :thumbsup:
So by admission, your interest here is more related to grammar, than the crime committed against the victim.
 

Cray

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Forget jail, let her out to work and garnish her wages until it's all paid back,
 

rustypup

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Just can't get past this: "she had Moodley salivating over a R3m unit at the Kindlewood Estate"

Some reporters just want to watch the words burn.....
 
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