Covid-19: NAC CEO, CFO charged over disbursement of R300m

From News24: The National Arts Council (NAC), which was at the centre of corruption allegations in the disbursement of R300 million meant for artists and creatives, says it has charged its suspended CEO Rosemary Mangope and CFO Clifton Changfoot. According to the forensic report, they received irregular payments of R511 452 for performing the work of independent panel members in contravention of the NAC Act. The report found Mangope failed to properly manage and direct the stimulus package in that she failed to ensure internal control and financial management were carried out.

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