Ex-Kaizer Chiefs star Reneilwe “Yeye” Letsholonyane finds himself at the mercy of banks. Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe “Yeye” Letsholonyane finds himself at the mercy of the banks after he fails to keep up with payments for his BMW 118i has become the latest high-profile person in Mzansi to be tackled by the banks.
He is being taken to court by BMW Financial Services through their agents SuperDrive Investments
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The 39-year-old former Jomo Cosmos and SuperSport United star bought the car in 2015 and was supposed to pay in installments and then pay a lump sum amount. Yeye was supposed to pay a monthly installment of over R7 500 for 71 months and then pay a lump sum payment of R139 000 on the 72nd month to own the car.
The document show that the legal process started back in September 2020 through a letter of demand from its lawyers, Velile Tinto, and Associates. The court process was started after Yeye failed to pay and the next legal course of action was to reposes the car.
Summons were left at his door step in November and since he failed to take the papers to court to oppose the repossession of his car the matter was enrolled at the Pretoria High Court for March unopposed.