The Judge President of the Industrial Court, Goemekgabo Tebogo-Maruping, has ruled that the dismissal of former Public Enterprises Evaluation and Privatisation Agency (PEEPA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Ezekiel Moumakwa, was not only substantively unfair and unlawful but was also procedurally unfair and wrongful.
Consequently, the government must pay him P153,015 in compensation.
Moumakwa’s five-year contract was terminated prematurely by then Minister of Presidential Affairs, Governance and Public Administration, Nonofo Molefhi, on 22 October 2019.
Before his untimely dismissal, Moumakwa had found himself entangled in several allegations of misconduct, including unauthorised use of PEEPA’s credit and debit cards in the amount of P418,880.74.
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