Monthly Archives: November 2018

Four more Health Department employees suspended

North West Health MEC, Magome Masike warned that heads will roll in his department. Now his stern warning is taking toll. First, it was Department’s Head and now four more employees. Departmental spokesperson, Tebogo Lekgethwane said confirmed that four employees have been placed on precautionary suspension. Lekgethwane said their precautionary suspension is in terms of Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council

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Under Pressure Premier postpones reshuffling announcement – again

The much anticipated announcement by North West Premier, Job Mokgoro still remains anticipated. It was suppose to take place on Sunday but moved to Saturday then later canceled. It is for the second time the presser was canceled. The official announcement from his office: “The presser did not take place colleagues. We’ll keep you posted”. Mokgoro is set to fire

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Premier Mokgoro to fire some MECs today

If everything goes according to North West Premier’s plan today, we will have new MECs this afternoon. Premier Job Mokgoro is expected to brief the media in Potchesfroom at 12pm. According to highly placed sources in the Premier’s Office, Mokgoro desperately need to change his executive but he is not getting welcoming support from other stakeholders within ANC structures. Last

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Reinstated Dr suspended again

It looks like a cat and mice game at the North West Department of Health. The embattled Head of Department Dr. Thabo Lekalakala is in trouble again. The HOD has been placed on precautionary suspension. This precautionary suspension follows his return to work on Monday after the arbitration outcome which nullified his special leave. According to departmental spokesperson, Tebogo Lekgethwane,

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Criminal charges laid against Mahumapelo over R314m VBS bank saga

The Democratic Alliance (DA) in North West has today – Friday – laid criminal charges against former Premier, Supra Mahumapelo, in terms of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act and Section 6 of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act (POCA) at the Mmabatho Police Station. According to DA leader in the province, Joe McGluwa criminal charges follows strong allegations

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