CAPE TOWN - Health Minister Joe Phaahla has put the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA's) CEO and recorder on prudent suspension forthcoming an examination concerning claims of offense.
David Motau's suspension became effective on Wednesday.
Recently, the then-acting Health Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi put Motau on prudent suspension as he was confronting capture. Motau is blamed for misrepresentation and defilement when he was the top of the Free State Health Department.
Be that as it may, soon after his arrangement, Phaahla pulled out Kubayi's choice and lifted his suspension.
He's made another about-turn, however.
The HPCSA said that the pastor would before long choose an acting enlistment center and CEO.
Motau was captured recently and showed up in the Bloemfontein Magistrates Court close by a few co-blamed, who face more than 300 charges. He's temporarily free from jail.We ought to see what will happen in the next coming days.
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