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Gauteng police are offering a cash reward in their hunt for the killers of Absalom Njoni.

The 45-year-old senior employee of Airports Company SA (Acsa) at the OR Tambo International Airport was gunned down last year in an incident allegedly linked to airport contracts.

The Gauteng Provincial Organised Crime Unit said in a statement that anyone with information that could lead to the arrest and successful prosecution of the perpetrator would receive an undisclosed cash reward.

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