Mom accused of stealing from Bayworld


A UITENHAGE woman has been accused of stealing R200000 from the oceanarium and museum complex, Bayworld, and an additional R200000 from an internationally funded charity that cares for people with life-threatening illnesses.

Nomfundo Tshunungwa, 35, appeared in the Port Elizabeth Commercial Crimes Court yesterday.

Tshunungwa, of KwaNobuhle in Uitenhage, was employed as Bayworld’s senior accounting clerk at the time of the alleged thefts between April and December last year.

At the time she was also treasurer of Ithemba Eliphilisayo Home Based Care in Uitenhage. – Kathryn Kimberley

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One thought on “Mom accused of stealing from Bayworld

  • March 19, 2014 at 9:35 am

    Dear Writer,

    Why do you published an “alleged” accusation that still need to be proven by the court of law. It seems as if you are insinuating and inciting mass reaction against the the accused.

    She is not a celebrity which will make sense for you to publish the story.

    Have you thought about the damaged that this caused to her and her family or you do not care because you seemed to become a gossip paper.



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