Prasa's finance chief next in firing line

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Fosu has more than 19 years of extensive experience in the public sector, private sector, nongovernmental institutions and international financial institutions. Photo: Gallo Images / Beeld / Alet Pretorius
Fosu has more than 19 years of extensive experience in the public sector, private sector, nongovernmental institutions and international financial institutions. Photo: Gallo Images / Beeld / Alet Pretorius

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Inside sources told City Press this week that a Prasa board meeting on Monday had discussed Fosu’s future, and “there was a push from at least two board members to suspend her”.

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