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ANC to have final say on former Gauteng health MEC Bandile Masuku

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Former Gauteng health MEC Bandile Masuku. Picture: Palesa Dlamini/City Press
Former Gauteng health MEC Bandile Masuku. Picture: Palesa Dlamini/City Press

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Former Gauteng health MEC Bandile Masuku will know this weekend whether the ANC’s provincial executive committee (PEC) endorses his removal from his post.

Last month, the PEC sent back a report of the provincial integrity commission, thereby deferring any decision on Masuku’s future following an investigation into his involvement in the Gauteng personal protective equipment tender scandals. Since then, a Special Investigating Unit (SIU) investigation commissioned by government has implicated him in the saga, leading to Gauteng Premier David Makhura firing him as MEC.

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