The people of Mzansi were angered after new claims were made in the NLC fraud scandal. Recently, the internationally renowned South African actress Terry Pheto was also dragged into the NLC fraud scandal as she is accused of being greedy. Furthermore, Terry Pheto has also been accused of taking R1 million unethically. Since the Oscar-winning movie actress has been dragged into this controversy, this news has captivated people’s attention and has gone viral on all social media platforms where netizens label her as greedy, fraudulent, and more. If you are looking for web articles to learn this topic in detail, then this is the right place for you. We have discussed this matter in detail. So, stay attached to this page and you should go through the next section.
What happened to Terry Phetto?
The South African actress reportedly won R1 million from the NLC (National Lottery Commission) and R3 million which she used to build her luxurious home. Yes, people’s favorite actress Terry Pheto is facing serious accusations of receiving R1 Million from NLC and additional R3 million. Tsotsi star Terry Pheto reportedly used a whopping R3 million fund to build her luxurious Bryanston residence. Please move on to the next section and read more details.
The Tsotsi actress reportedly obtained money through the non-profit organization Sunguti Projects. Do you know that Terry Pheto is the sole director of this aforementioned non-profit organization? This controversy sparked when the Special Investigation Unit, also known as the SIU, whose main advocate, named Andy Mothibi, claimed that the solo director of the non-profit organization Sunguti Project and Tsotsi’s actress, Terry Pheto, was a of the people who benefited from the Lotto Funds. Take a look at the next section and read more details.
As Terry Pheto is an acclaimed actress and well-known personality in her country, her involvement in the NLC fraud scandal outraged the people of Mzansi. TVwithThinus also took to her Twitter account and wrote: “Terry Pheto received another million rand from the South African National Lottery Commission for her Sunguti Projects (of which she is the sole director) to do a youth event…never organized . (In addition to the R3 million she got, she bought a house in Bryanston)”. However, the actress’s guilt has not been proven, but netizens still label her as fraud and greed. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.