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Jamela Robertson on July 2022. Photo: Gallo Images/Papi Morake
Jamela Robertson on July 2022. Photo: Gallo Images/Papi Morake


“We can deal with audit findings.”

This is what a commissioner at the embattled Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) allegedly told its former CEO Jamela Robertson when she resisted a move by commissioners to be involved in staff recruitment.

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