FRONTLINE | Suspending Magashule, placing Mkhize on leave 'good signs war on corruption has started'

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Themba Maseko  testifies in the State Capture Commission.
Themba Maseko testifies in the State Capture Commission.
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Suspending Ace Magashule from the ANC and placing Health Minister Zweli Mkhize on special leave are good signs that the war on corruption has begun and the country is heading in the right direction. 

The statement was made by former Government Communications and Information Systems CEO-turned-state capture whistleblower Themba Maseko.  

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