They’ve got nothing on this trougher in South Africa. The entitlement attitude is spectacular.
Premier Sylvia Lucas’s office on Sunday defended the use of her government credit card to purchase over R50 000 on fast food during her first 10 weeks in office.
Lucas was inaugurated as premier on May 30, replacing education MEC Grizelda Cjiekella, who had acted as premier following the collapse of former premier Hazel Jenkins during her 2012 state of the province address.
According to a Sunday Times report, among other expenses, Lucas used her credit card to spend R26 565 on food in one month alone. In August she spent a further R11 956 on food in Kimberley, where she lives.
Her credit card was used to buy food at fast-food outlets like Spur, Mike’s Kitchen, KFC, Wimpy and Ocean Basket. Read more »