Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane

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Mkhwebane: I will not ignore high-profile cases
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane held her first media briefing today, talking about her first week in office and the challenges and plans for the future. She plans to cut costs by building internal capacity, secure adequate funding, and treat high-profile cases as she would any other case.
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What’s happening in the Prasa case?
In the current narrative of how South Africa’s state-owned entities can be better run to avoid multi-million rand losses due to poor management, Prasa is one of the talking points of the nation right now. The passenger rail agency is grappling with numerous issues, including non-payment of suppliers, investigations into its operations, and the reversal of a tender worth billions.
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CW and R2K challenge Seriti Commission
Today Corruption Watch and the Right2Know Campaign have launched an application in the High Court of South Africa, Gauteng Division, Pretoria. The application asks the court to review and set aside the findings of the Arms Procurement Commission, also known as the Seriti Commission.

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Mkhwebane: I will not ignore high-profile cases

Claims that she will no longer focus on high-profile cases are simply not true, said Public Protector Busi Mkhwebane at her first media briefing today. “One of my priorities is to bring the services of our office to grassroots level. I want to make it possible for an African child in a small village to Read more >

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CW’s Bua Mzansi campaign bears fruit

EDITORIAL First published in Business Day Protector selection too important to be left to MPs The full list of nominees to replace Public Protector Thuli Madonsela will be announced on Tuesday. But the fact that 72 nominations have been received is a welcome reflection of the degree of interest and engagement in this very important Read more >

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