Maake ka-Ncube obtained an order from the North Gauteng High
Court to freeze the funds, which are held in the bank account of
Ngcobo’s organisation, Batebang Community Services.
Ngcobo has challenged the order and the matter will be heard at the end of October in the same court.
A source close to the pair told the paper that when they were lovers, Maake ka-Ncube and Ngcobo wrote a joint proposal to the board.
They wanted funds to host awards for the people who work behind the scenes in the radio and television industries.
The couple were given R4m upfront and were supposed to get another R1?m after the awards.
The board only approved funding for their proposed project in May this year, the paper said.
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