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In a scathing letter sent to Gauteng MEC for Economic Development, Agriculture and Environment Morakane Mosupyoe (pictured) last month, workers alleged that Dube had two ID numbers. Picture: Cebile Ntuli
In a scathing letter sent to Gauteng MEC for Economic Development, Agriculture and Environment Morakane Mosupyoe (pictured) last month, workers alleged that Dube had two ID numbers. Picture: Cebile Ntuli

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The Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP) – an agency tasked with providing financial and non-financial support to small, medium and micro enterprises in the province – is probing allegations against Lamlani Dube, who was employed in 2017 in a position that entails reporting irregularities within the organisation.

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