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Sindisiwa Gomba, the controversial Eastern Cape MEC of health, was asked to voluntarily resign, but refused, forcing the premier to fire her. Picture: Luvuyo Mehlwana
Sindisiwa Gomba, the controversial Eastern Cape MEC of health, was asked to voluntarily resign, but refused, forcing the premier to fire her. Picture: Luvuyo Mehlwana

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In an interview with City Press, following the announcement that Gomba had been relieved of her duties, Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane said he had hoped the former MEC would resign of her own accord.

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