A key agency established to promote trade and investment in the Western Cape has been rocked by a salary dispute and allegations of political interference, which has led to the resignation of the chair and a member of the board.  

Wesgro, which was established more than 30 years ago, and funded jointly by the Western Cape provincial government and the City of Cape Town, has played a crucial role in boosting tourism, trade and investment in the province, and has hardly attracted controversy in recent years...

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