Fraudster Tony Yengeni might soon be scrubbing floors.
The fashion mogul will know this week if he will have to serve his community service at a local library. He might have to be a sports coach or a teacher as part of the correctional supervision sentence imposed on him for defraudingparliament.
The parole board will make a decision this week on what work the former ANC chief whip will do, according to a Correctional Services spokesman, Luphumzo Kebeni.
Kebeni said prisoners released to do community service were assigned to activities in line with their "skills abilities and expertise".
"They could lecture or coach, or wash and clean libraries or other public institutions," he said.
Yengeni will do community service until next January.
l The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals yesterday launched an investigation into the ritual slaughtering of a bull at Yengeni's home-coming party. The SPCA said it would prosecute Yengeni if the bull was killed inhumanely.