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GOOD details alleged information on CPT councillor, Nora Grose

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The SG of GOOD has confirmed the leaking of alleged documents and email communication to GOOD, detailing incriminating information on the City of Cape Town’s fraud-accused councillor, Nora Grose.

On Wednesday, 28 July 2021, GOOD’s Secretary-General (SG), Brett Herron issued a statement addressing new allegations regarding Cape Town’s fraud-accused councillor, Nora Grose. Herron confirmed that documents had been leaked to the party, allegedly containing instructions from the councillor to a middleman to unlawfully transfer R171 778 worth of the City’s COVID-19 food relief funds to Life Changes Church in Table View.

Herron stated that it is unlawful for councillors to identify service providers and to direct them in this manner. Herron also noted that the email between Grose and the alleged middleman confirmed Grose’s direct involvement in the unlawful transfer of funds to the church. The SG also stated that in another email, the church declared that it did not distribute food parcels to the allocated ward, but that the funds were transferred to Grose.

Herron further noted that the alleged documents contradicted public statements and social media posts by the city’s mayor and speaker, insisting that humanitarian funds were fully accounted for and that the food relief programme had been implemented. Herron believes that had the programme been implemented, then the church would not have transferred the funds back to Grose.

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