There's a post making rounds on the social media streets, whereby Nhlamulo "NOTA" Baloyi blasted Minister Of Arts & Culture, Nathi Mthethwa, over the R300 million corruption that occurred in which the artists were supposed to benefit but never did.
Nathi Mthethwa addressed the media today over corruption that occurred in his department. According to Minister Mthethwa, 8 individuals are the ones responsible for committing this foul of stealing R300 million meant for artists who were affected by the covid19 pandemic.
As you'd expect with NOTA, he didn't mince his words at all after finding out about the corruption that took place. He aggressively addressed Mthethwa and said him alongside other artists in the industry, deserve answers with regards to the corruption that took place.
Many people also ran to his comments section to air their views about this whole matter of R300 million missing from a department ran by Nathi Mthethwa. They shared the view that Mthethwa is partly responsible for the mess that has happened in the once thriving arts department.
It's really disappointing that some politically connected cadres would steal funds meant for the poor, especially during the tough times of covid19 but then again, it's what the ANC government are famous for.
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