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Public Protector joins EFF's bid in Nkandla court case

In his Considered View, Stephen Grootes weighs in on Public Protector Thuli Madonsela joining the EFF's court bid to force President Jacob Zuma to pay back the money spent on Nkandla security upgrades.

Madonsela said she was aware of the risk of being associated with a political party, but she wanted to clarify the powers of the Public Protector's office.


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