Suspended DG says De Lille wants him out in order to appoint someone 'more pliable'

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Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille.
Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille.
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Combative meetings, unlawful instructions and... a little black book to record transgressions.

This is contained in suspended public works director-general (DG) Sam Vukela's explosive North Gauteng High Court application filed this week.

He is seeking to interdict his pending disciplinary inquiry and to declare the process unlawful, unconstitutional and invalid.

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