Lizeka Tonjeni, who is accused of accepting an R160 000 bribe from Digital Vibes, did not make any financial disclosures to the Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA) regarding the money she received.
Tonjeni worked for MISA.
This was revealed on Thursday at the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in Pretoria, during Tonjeni’s trial.
She pleaded not guilty to one count of corruption.
Tonjeni allegedly accepted the bribe from Digital Vibes to further the company’s interests while she was project manager for an R3.9 million contract awarded to the controversial company in 2018.
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