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Co-accused must still answer

On July 15 2015, then Eastern Cape social development boss Stanley Khanyile signed an agreement with a company to establish a women empowerment centre in Lusikisiki.

The entity was to be a socioeconomic empowerment hub for rural women. It was to provide skills development programmes and other upliftment initiatives...

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