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HOT: Podcaster, MacG, received R75K from Department of Sports, Arts and Culture during Covid-19 under Lord Gayton


Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Podcaster, MacG, received R75K from Department of Sports, Arts and Culture during Covid-19 under Lord Gayton. (Read More Here).


Socialite Mohale Motaung and podcaster Mcgyver Mukwevho, popularly known as MacG, are some of the celebrities and entertainers who scored big from the government Covid-19 relief fund. 

Companies linked to the above pair each received R75,000 from the department of sports, arts and culture at the height of Covid-19 between 2020 and 2021. At the time, artists affected by the Covid-19 national lockdown were required to apply to the government for financial assistance. Funding varied in accordance to the applicants’ needs. 

Motaung applied on behalf of Glam Troupe, a company that specialises in matric dance and graduation makeovers and styling. The company is registered in Motaung’s name and that of Tlhologelo Truddy Mokwatedi in 2018 and last posted on its various social media platforms in 2021 and its website has since shut down. 

A total of 1,089 beneficiaries were paid R10,000 each, including musicians Caiphus Semenya and Letta Mbuli.

Another 2,323 were paid R20,000 each, including Arthur Mafokate and his son, award-winning gospel singer Betusile Mcinga, athlete Anaso Jobodwana, actor Jack Devnarain and singer Jesse Clegg.

In total, the department spent R72m on 3,962 beneficiaries.

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