Group doesn't want arts department dealing with probe

Artists want independent audit of NAC's handling of Covid-19 funds

The group of artists and creatives staging a sit-in at the National Arts Council (NAC) offices in Newtown, Johannesburg, has rejected a recommendation to have the department of sports, arts & culture heading the forensic audit at the institution.

Speaking to the parliament portfolio committee for sports, arts & culture on Wednesday, the group that has been protesting at the NAC for 36 days recommended that the forensic audit be handled by an independent auditor...

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