Norman Mashabane

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Norman Mashabane (26 June 1956 in Phalaborwa – 10 October 2007) was a former South African ambassador to Indonesia. He was born in Phalaborwa. He was recalled from that country after sexual harassment charges were laid against him. He was subsequently cleared by a foreign affairs inquiry.[1]

For a short time thereafter he was an adviser to then Limpopo premier Sello Moloto, and a member of the Limpopo provincial legislature. He was later found guilty of sexual harassment charges in the Pretoria High Court, and quit his post as political adviser.[2] He died in a car accident outside the provincial capital Polokwane.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Mashabane killed in car crash". The Times (SA). Retrieved 2007-10-11. [dead link]
  2. ^ IOL:Sex pest Mashabane quits

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