Profiles: shortlisted candidates for deputy public protector
Eight of the original 26 applicants for the post of deputy public protector have been shortlisted, and will be interviewed on 12 and 13 November. The interviews will be streamed live on Parliament's YouTube channel.

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Profiles: shortlisted candidates for deputy public protector

On 23 October 2019, the parliamentary Committee on Justice and Correctional Services shortlisted eight of the 26 applicants who applied or were nominated for the position of deputy public protector. The committee acknowledged Corruption Watch’s contribution to the process in which we highlighted, through our submission, the results of our persona survey, as well as Read more >

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