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Hawks head Godfrey Lebeya. Picture: Deaan Vivier
Hawks head Godfrey Lebeya. Picture: Deaan Vivier

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Members of the parliamentary ad hoc committee on the North West section 100 intervention were not impressed with progress reports by law enforcement agencies, complaining they were bombarded with cases not linked to the actual placement of the troubled province under administration.

They appeared rather disappointed that they were updated on progress made in municipalities when their core mandate was on specific intervention in the provincial government.

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