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A recent judgment from the Western Cape High Court against the Public Protector should provide hope that the President’s commitment to the rule of law and accountable government may still be vindicated, writes Serjeant at the Bar.

2020-10-19 11:30:00 AM

OPINION | A recent judgment from the Western Cape High Court against the Public Protector should provide hope that the President’s commitment to the rule of law and accountable government may still be vindicated, writes Serjeant at the Bar.

A recent judgment from the Western Cape High Court against the Public Protector should provide hope that the President’s commitment to the rule of law and accountable government may still be vindicated, writes Serjeant at the Bar.

Jan Gerber, News24A recent judgment from the Western Cape High Court against the Public Protector should provide hope that the President's commitment to the rule of law and accountable government may still be vindicated, writesSerjeant at the Bar. 

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