'Zuma's spy' fights tooth and nail to get State Security job back

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Fired spy Thulani Dhlomo's attempt to get his job back and be paid a bonus suffered a setback this week when the State Security Agency (SSA) confirmed his dismissal in writing.

Dhlomo's lawyers are now preparing to change tack. They say his first leave of absence was authorised by the then minister of state security, Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba, after he was recalled as ambassador to Japan in January.

Dhlomo's lawyer, Philani Shangase, said his client sent sick notes to Ayanda Dlodlo after she was appointed to replace Letsatsi-Duba as minister. Insiders said that when Dlodlo was asked if she knew where Dhlomo was she replied that she had no idea.

 

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