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The Living Legends Legacy Programme Loses R8 Million – Report Letta Mbulu

The Living Legends Legacy Programme which was founded by arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa in 2015 has reportedly lost R8 Million on the FNB account it was using to receive funding.

To come forward with such startling reports is legendary musician Letta Mbulu who is it’s chairperson.

“We have just recently discovered that the money that was put in the trust for the legends is missing. We found this out five days ago and we took steps immediately to report the matter to the police.”

“We were given a case number and we also met with the higher ups within FNB bank this morning (Monday) to see how far their investigation is.”

Letta claimed that the bank’s bosses told them they were able to trace the money but she declined to comment further on the matter.

“They have told us that they are able to see exactly where the money went, and that is how far they have gone with the investigation.”

The Living Legends Legacy Programme which is under a Department of Arts and Culture was intended with the aim of running workshops to empower young talent trying to break into the industry.

Source : TshisaLIVE

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