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Safa Covid-19 compliance officer Dr Thulani Ngwenya almost quit after allegedly receiving death threats.

This week, Ngwenya told City Press that he had opened a case of intimidation at the Johannesburg Central Police Station. However, he was reluctant to go into more detail.

“This recent period has been the most stressful in my life. It has been really bad. It got to a point where I received

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