Administrators living the high life as they add to North West deep rot

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It all came to a head in a meeting to which Premier Job Mokgoro’s office was called by the legislature portfolio committee over a week ago to explain the abrupt termination of funding for the training of a group of students at Denel Technical Academy
It all came to a head in a meeting to which Premier Job Mokgoro’s office was called by the legislature portfolio committee over a week ago to explain the abrupt termination of funding for the training of a group of students at Denel Technical Academy

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Section 100 administrators in North West, who have been accused of looting in cahoots with some ministers, are enjoying the services of bodyguards and around-the-clock police protection at their hotel in Mahikeng, and are being chauffeured around at taxpayers’ expense.

This is according to the contents of a 20-page strongly worded letter containing 43 questions from North West provincial legislature members.

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