Tsotsi Actress Terry HouseTsotsi Actress Terry Pheto’s Johannesburg House Goes Under The Hammer [Image: Instagram/Terry Pheto]

Tsotsi Actress Terry Pheto’s Johannesburg House Up For Auction Amid Lottery Fraud

Terry Pheto, the actress from the movie Tsotsi, is having her house sold at an auction following allegations of lottery fraud.

The Special Investigating Unit announced that Pheto’s house in Johannesburg will be auctioned on March 2, 2023.

Reports suggest that the money used to build Pheto’s exquisite house in Johannesburg was looted from the National Lottery Commission.

Tsotsi Actress Terry House
Tsotsi Actress Terry Pheto’s Johannesburg House Goes Under The Hammer [Image: News24]

News24 reported that the money that was supposed to be used to support a public program about circumcision was instead used to buy land and build a mansion in Bryanston.

The Special Investigations Unit was given permission by a high court to take nine properties in Gauteng, a BMW 420i car, and two Ocean Basket restaurants on the East Rand. These items are worth R25 million and are said to be owned by Pheto and others.

“The SIU investigations have found that the money used for the purchase of the land and construction of the home came from non-profit organisations that received NLC funding for the rollout of a public campaign and culturally sensitive medical intervention projects aimed at achieving traditional circumcision practice.

“After the preservation order was granted, Pheto’s legal representatives contacted the SIU and the Asset Forfeiture Unit indicating that they will not contest the preservation order granted by the high court,” confirmed the anti-corruption and maladministration body.

The people and groups listed below are all believed to be involved in the fraud.

Lesley Ramulifho, Collin Mukondeleli Tshisimba, Fulufhelo Promise Kharivhe, the AO Residence Trust (represented by Mashudu Shandukani), the Rasemate Family Trust (represented by Rebotile Maloman), the Mojakgomo Family Trust (represented Thabang Charlotte Mampane), Unbrand Properties (represented by Sthembiso Jim Skosana) and the Just Cuban Trust (represented by Botshelo Cornelius Moloto).


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