The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse is concerned with what it calls misinformation shared on social media.
OUTA CEO Wayne Duvenage told eNCA that the DA is not bankrolling OUTA as suggested by the former executive director, Makhosi Khoza
“We are not being bankrolled by the DA as Makhosi Khoza suggests, we made it clear six years ago in 2013 that, we put a call out to the public to fund a matter in court… we had no funds at the time. The DA came out with a R1-million in that request to settle with our lawyers… outside of that not a single cent from the DA,” Duvenage said.
Khoza, tweeted the Democratic Alliance, under Helen Zille, funded the organisation.
DA under Hellen Zille bankrolled OUTA. In the light of Zille’s view that corruption = black privilege I’m therefore not surprised why OUTA refused to accept poor Sharpville communities as members. Poverty is not a privilege in my world.
— Dr Makhosi Khoza (@Dr_MakhosiKhoza) May 17, 2019
This as arguments raged at the weekend over comments on “black privilege
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