Kebble trustees demand a share of ANC bounty

Trustees of Brett Kebble's estate had issued notices of demand to the ANC to repay the millions it had received from the slain mining magnate, the Sunday Times reported yesterday.

Trustees of Brett Kebble's estate had issued notices of demand to the ANC to repay the millions it had received from the slain mining magnate, the Sunday Times reported yesterday.

The notices, issued after in-camera sequestration hearings, demanded the return of "R24 million in stolen money paid to the ANC and leading members from Kebble's personal account between 2002 and 2005".

Both the ANC and the DA were recipients of money Kebble had stolen from shareholders. The trustees had demanded R2,4 million from the ANC in the Western Cape, R750 000 from the ANC in the Eastern Cape, R6 million from the ANC Youth League, R14 million from youth league member Lunga Ncwana and R860 000 from league committee member Songezo Mjongile.

The ANC told the hearing that the money was a donation and not refundable, the report said. - Sapa

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