The alleged fugitive, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and wife Marry Bushiri have been warned to present themselves to the Pretoria Magistrate Court on Thursday or risk losing a R5.5M property at the Midstream Estate in Centurion.
The couple has already lost R400,000 as a forfeit to secure their release on bail two weeks ago.
The Prophet who is also a leader for the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) and his wife Mary Bushiri face charges of Theft, money laundering and fraud connected to a R100M investment scheme.
The Pretoria Magistrate Court on Monday issued the HAWKS with a warrant of arrest for the Bushiris who fled the country back to home country Malawi.
Bushiri in his press briefing explained that he fled the country as he feared for his safety.
The accused money laundering Prophet also said he had returned to his home country to formally ask the Malawian government to intervene in his court battle in South Africa.
Hawks spokesperson Colonel Katlego Mogale on Monday said: “A warrant of arrest has been issued this morning by the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court for the two fugitives, Shepherd Bushiri and Mary Bushiri, who contravened their bail conditions when they failed to present themselves at the police station to confirm that they are still in the country.
“The Bushiris’ bail is cancelled thus forfeiting the R200 000 each which they had posted as bail. They will also forfeit their residence They will also forfeit their residence should they not present themselves at court on Thursday, 19 November 2020,” said Mogale.