ANC hit with R1.6 million bill for unfairly dismissing staff

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North West ANC chief whip Paul Sebegoe. Picture: Rapula Mancai
North West ANC chief whip Paul Sebegoe. Picture: Rapula Mancai

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The ANC’s financial woes appear to be getting worse, this time with the party’s office in the North West legislature being slapped with a R1.6 million bill after losing an unfair dismissal case before the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).

North West ANC chief whip Paul Sebegoe said on Friday that he was out of the office on oversight work and had not seen the CCMA report until City Press shared a copy with him.

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