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National Arts Council CEO, CFO are charged for ʹmismanagingʹ funds meant for struggling artists
THE chief executive of the National Arts Council (NAC) Rosemary Mangope has been charged, along with chief financial officer Clifton Changfoot, following the release of an independent forensic investigation into the alleged mismanagement of funds that were meant to help struggling artists during the lockdown.

The report, commissioned by the government, revealed maladministration and mismanagement in implementing the R300 million Presidential Employment Stimulus Package (PESP) that was announced following the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic early last year.