As if no other amount is good enough, another R500,000 claim is made, this time the Reserve Bank boss against a board member.
Lesetja Kganyago, Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, is now suing Port Elizabeth councilor Andile Lungisa.
The claim against Lungisa comes after he had made statements on the social network about the nationalization of the Reserve Bank and then simply thrown in the banned “K-word”.
The governor noted with dismay the toxic statement and decided to settle the case in court with a R500,000 claim against the councilor concerned.
Lesetja Kganyago was also portrayed as a “lackey of the racist people”, probably referring to the whites as the racists.
Lungisa later confirmed that he had received a subpoena, and that he would oppose the claim in court.