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Sello Moloi filed papers at the labour court in September calling for a review of a ruling made by the CCMA. Photo: The New Age
Sello Moloi filed papers at the labour court in September calling for a review of a ruling made by the CCMA. Photo: The New Age

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Right to Care was founded by Professor Ian Sanne as a response to the HIV/Aids epidemic in South Africa in 2001. It was one of the first organisations to make HIV treatment available to patients and to receive donor funding from several institutions locally and internationally.

He was charged with unauthorised use of the NPO’s vehicle.

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