Corruption-hit Pietermaritzburg human rights organisation suffers another blow as board resigns

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Human rights organisation, the Pietermaritzburg Agency for Community Social Action (Pacsa) — which recently retrenched all its employees after a fraudster emptied its bank accounts — this week suffered another blow following the resignation of its entire board.

Pacsa members and employees were expecting the board to explain how a senior manager had been able to defraud the organisation millions of rands over a long period of time without being stopped.

However, to their shock, Pacsa board members — who were due to table a report at a special general meeting (SGM), scheduled to take place on Satur­day — on Monday informed the organisation’s members that they have resolved to resign en masse.

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