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Mogane, another high profile suspension on financial irregularities

Informante: "The suspension of Namibian Sports Commission’s Chief administrator this week is the third high profile suspensions over financial irregularities in less than a year.
Mogane, who’s three months suspension was officially announced by Namibian Sports Commission Vice-Chairperson Ben //Naobeb on Tuesday, is the third individual in charge of a sports entity to be suspended over money matters after Namibian Rugby Union’s Chief Executive Officer Sakkie Mouton and former Namibian Premier League boss Matthew Haikali.
Mogane’s suspension came after it was discovered that there were irregularities in his remuneration and contributions to the pension, according to //Naobeb."

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