North West rocked by power struggle

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North West Premier Job Mokgoro has left many guessing why he suddenly decided to place the most recent MEC he appointed on special leave without giving any reasons for it. Photo: File
North West Premier Job Mokgoro has left many guessing why he suddenly decided to place the most recent MEC he appointed on special leave without giving any reasons for it. Photo: File

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Some believe Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs MEC Mmoloki Cwaile is being punished for terminating a contract that has been linked to the premier.

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