Cape Town church caught up in Covid-19 relief fund fraud case pays back some of the money

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As DA ward councillor Nora Grose prepares to appear in court for fraud and money laundering on Friday, it has emerged that the church allegedly implicated in the case has paid back some of the money to the City of Cape Town.

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