'Public Protector is utterly recalcitrant, and needs to be given a wake-up call'

The director of legal rights group Accountability Now, Paul Hoffman explains why it has taken this step against Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane.

It seems the Public Protector is utterly recalcitrant, and she needs to be given a wake-up call.

Paul Hoffman, Director - Accountability Now

He says she has five different inquiries pending against her.

Listen to Paul Hoffman's argument below:


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