ANC councillor ‘makes R900 sex line call’

2014-02-22 10:39

An ANC councillor in the Witzenberg municipality in the Western Cape allegedly made a eight-and-a-half minute phone call during office hours to a sex line which cost R900.

Deputy mayor Kariem Adams told Afrikaans daily Beeld that the council became aware of the telephone call when the municipality received a bill.

The council got a transcript of the call.

The phone call was reportedly made by African National Congress councillor Piet Waterboer in January. The council received the telephone records on Wednesday.

Waterboer is reportedly a ward councillor in Prince Alfred Hamlet near Ceres.

Adams said Waterboer had not been expelled as disciplinary procedures had to be followed.

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