Seized R103m gives hope to Bobroff ‘fraud’ victims
But accident victims allegedly fleeced by the father-son pair fear it will be difficult to get their money out of Israel
A recent high court order obtained by the Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU), seizing more than R103m in accounts belonging to controversial lawyer Ronald Bobroff and his son Darren, has brought hope to the victims of their alleged fraud.
Ronald and Darren allegedly fleeced the Road Accident Fund victims out of millions of rand. They are reportedly living it up in Australia despite international arrest warrants. The Bobroffs fled SA in 2016, days before they were to hand themselves over to the Hawks.
Ebrahim Motara told Times Select he hoped the state would give the money back to people like his daughter, who claims to have been defrauded by the two lawyers...