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Maggie Seekoei alleged that her husband, who died on May 22 2016, “did not get a cent” from Izwelethu-Cemforce when he resigned. Picture: Andrey Popov/iStock
Maggie Seekoei alleged that her husband, who died on May 22 2016, “did not get a cent” from Izwelethu-Cemforce when he resigned. Picture: Andrey Popov/iStock

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Maggie Seekoei (43) is the second person to complain about Izwelethu-Cemforce’s director, Hendrick “Wicus” Diedericks, to the Broad-Based BEE Commission this year.

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