Gospel musician Dr Tumi and his well-known other were arrested for alleged fraud of round R1.5 million.
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musician Dr Tumi and his well-known other were arrested for allegedly defrauding the
National Lotteries Board of round R1.5 million.
Hawks arrested them in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
Victor Makweya, 39, and his well-known other Kgaogelo Sara Makweya, 36, who were listed as
committee members at a non-earnings organisation, allegedly submitted altered
grant software documents to the National Lotteries Board for the approval of
funds on projects in 2018, Hawks spokesperson Captain Ndivhuwo Mulamu said.
is alleged that the couple, along side co-accused Chistopher Tshivule, 46,
and Thomas Ndadza, 48, altered information on the documents in September 2018,
which resulted in the transfer of more than R1.5 million into a non-public monetary institution
The couple allegedly benefitted approximately R760 000 from the funds. They handed themselves in at the Johannesburg device of business, escorted by their licensed educated, and were subsequently charged for fraud.
Makweyas seemed within the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crimes Court docket the day
of their arrest and were every launched on R3 000 bail. Tshivule and Ndadza were
launched on R5 000 bail every.
case change into postponed to 7 Would possibly well per chance also.
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