Mokgoro saga: those who want North West premier out now want his job

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North West Premier Job Mokgoro, says he is being targeted because he is not in support of corruption. Photo: Tebogo Letsie
North West Premier Job Mokgoro, says he is being targeted because he is not in support of corruption. Photo: Tebogo Letsie

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Those behind the ongoing bid to remove North West Premier Job Mokgoro are now throwing their names in the hat for his job.

While Mokgoro continues the delicate balancing act to remain in the job, the infighting is buying him time to remain in the hot seat.

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