Mlungisi Clive Manci, the former acting CEO of Enterprise iLembe, appeared before the Specialized Economic Crimes Court in Durban on Wednesday on charges of corruption and accepting bribes.
His appearance relates to payments from which he is alleged to have received has Black Balance Projects, a service provider of the district municipality of iLembe. Enterprise iLembe is the community’s economic development agency.
“It is alleged that between February 2011 and February 2012, Manci received an amount of R2.2 million from Black Balance Projects in return for a R12 million tender contract awarded received to them,” said National Law Enforcement Agency (NPA) spokeswoman Natasha Ramkisson-Kara.
“The funds were paid to his company K2S Consulting.”
Manci and K2S Consulting joined Black Balance directors Christopher Clark and Malcolm Biggar in their first court appearance on May 25 on corruption charges.
The three men are outside bail of R10,000 each.< /p>
The matter has been postponed to August 4th.
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