A former supervisor used to “loan” money to her relatives from a tin of petty cash kept at the Samoa Sportslotto, a witness told the Supreme Court this week.
Theft charges against a former supervisor of Samoa Sportslotto, Nora Neemia, are ongoing at the Supreme Court.
Ms. Neemia faces 50 charges of theft as services and has pleaded not guilty to the allegations against her.
Around $42,000 is alleged to have been stolen.
The hearing, which commenced on Tuesday, is being presided over by Supreme Court Justice Pierre Slicer.