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Cosatu spokesperson Sizwe Pamla said Masuku should follow in the footsteps of the presidency’s spokesperson Khusela Diko and step aside from his role following the corruption allegations.   Picture: Bonolo Selebano
Cosatu spokesperson Sizwe Pamla said Masuku should follow in the footsteps of the presidency’s spokesperson Khusela Diko and step aside from his role following the corruption allegations. Picture: Bonolo Selebano

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Cosatu spokesperson Sizwe Pamla said Masuku should follow in the footsteps of the presidency’s spokesperson Khusela Diko and step aside from his role following the corruption allegations.

According to Pamla, government and President Cyril Ramaphosa specifically, should “honour the commitment they have made to deal decisively with corruption by having Masuku step aside until the issue has been cleared”.

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