SUSPENDED HOME AFFAIRS BOSS HEADS TO COURT

SUSPENDED HOME AFFAIRS BOSS HEADS TO COURT

JOHANNESBURG – Suspended Home Affairs Director General Mkuseli Apleni will ask the North Gauteng High Court to rule that his suspension is invalid.

Last month, Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize placed her DG on precautionary suspension.

Apleni said this is irrational and unlawful.

He claimed the minister wants to settle a number of claims against the department in his absence.

One of which, he alleged, involves a company Mkhize’s son works for.

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