Cape Town - The Western Cape's nature conservation body
CapeNature and its suspended CEO Manana Moroka have agreed to "part
ways" without public explanation, it was reported on Wednesday.
The Cape Times reported that Moroka and CapeNature agreed it
was not in the best interests of either party to pursue allegations against her
or to become entangled in a protracted dispute.
Moroka left the organisation on Saturday. She had been on
full pay of R89 000 a month since being suspended in May.
At the time, the provincial environmental affairs department
had said it would appoint an independent consultant to investigate "very
serious allegations in terms of the board charter". It would not elaborate
Moroka was appointed last June.
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