PORT Elizabeth businessman Logan "Trevan" Chetty allegedly pocketed about R250000 of taxpayers' money meant for the city's new bus system while holding a bogus senior position at taxi association Laphum'ilanga.
According to the Pikoli Report, which The Herald has seen, Chetty, 50, who only has a matric, was the chief operations officer (COO) of Laphum'ilanga as well as an interim chief executive.
The COO position did not exist and was unbudgeted for, the report said.
Chetty also allegedly double-billed Laphum'ilanga for printing and photocopying, and forced the association to buy computer software it did not need.
He denied the allegations yesterday.
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