Writer : Mlungisi Doncabe
Date : 08/08/2022
Source : Isambane News
Source website : www.isambanenews.co.za
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Link to article : https://www.isambanenews.co.za/blog/2022/08/07/imenenja-kamasipala-iboshelwe-ukukhwabanisa-kwethenda-ka-r58-million/
The cases of fraud and misused the state money are increasing in South Africa, and this is not good at all in terms of economy.
According to the source the Phofu town manager Mr. Futhuli Patrick Mothamaha was arrested on Tuesday last week on charges of corruption and fraud.
The municipality manager is accused of illegally awarded a R58 million tender to Kill Crime Security Company back the year 2020.
The source also revelead that's , Mothamaha's suspects, the father and daughter, Thabiso and Dimakatso Sekosana, were arrested on Monday and released on bail of R150 000 each.
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