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In June, North West Premier Job Mokgoro will have been in charge of the province for three years. Picture: File
In June, North West Premier Job Mokgoro will have been in charge of the province for three years. Picture: File

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Hostility towards section 100 intervention is expected to escalate in North West after a decision by national government to extend an intervention that has already been questioned by many, including Premier Job Mokgoro’s office.

The provincial government was clearly not pleased with this, although spokesperson Vuyisile Ngesi would not divulge a clear reaction to the extension.

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