‘Abused and discarded’: Staunch unionist says unions tossed him aside over ‘stolen’ R967

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Mokhele Theletsane went from being an active unionist to a life in and out of court trying to defend himself. Photo: Supplied
Mokhele Theletsane went from being an active unionist to a life in and out of court trying to defend himself. Photo: Supplied

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This after he was charged by the Free State education department for allegedly stealing the money in February 2014.

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