Glenn Agliotti’s assets on auction
By Lusanda Bill
17 September 2010
The South African Revenue Service has started auctioning off assets that belong to convicted drug dealer Glenn Agliotti.
At 11:00 today a sheriff in the North West town of Brits started the auction.
The South African Revenue Service through the auction is trying to recover outstanding payments of R77 million.
The judgments were obtained in the North Gauteng High Court in July against Glenn Agliotti by the SA Revenue Service.
Several items were seized from Agliotti's home at Pecanwood Golf Estate, Hartbeespoort.
The convicted drug dealer is currently on trial for his involvement in the 2005 shooting of Brett Kebble, along with plots to murder other business people.