Businesswoman, Pumza Ponshee Gambula, has been granted R20,000 bail.
Gambula appeared briefly at the Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Mthatha on charges of fraud to the value of R5-million.
It’s alleged she charged three Eastern Cape municipalities for a COVID-19 door-to-door awareness campaign.
Gambula’s company allegedly submitted fraudulent documents to various councils.
The Port St Johns, King Sabata Dalindyebo, and Mhlonto local municipalities were targetted.
In other news – Chaos in the classroom as angry pupil hits teacher with poop
A teacher got a kak lesson from an angry pupil. All because she allegedly said a word in her economics class which the grade 12 pupil couldn’t understand.
In anger, the pupil (19) found a bucket and filled it with kak scooped up from the schoolyard. He then went back to the classroom in Khotsong near Bothaville, Free State, and poured the kak all over the teacher. Learn More