Mkhwebane pays courtesy call to Zuma

2016-12-13 22:04
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane. (Netwerk24)

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane. (Netwerk24)

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Pretoria - Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane paid a courtesy call to President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday morning, the Presidency said.

This was their first meeting since Mkhwebane took over from Thuli Madonsela in November.

"President Zuma congratulated Advocate Mkhwebane on her appointment and pledged his and government's support and co-operation as she fulfils her constitutional responsibilities."

"The president reiterated the importance of all Chapter 9 institutions in our constitutional democracy," the Presidency's statement read.

According to the presidency, "Advocate Mkhwebane thanked the President for the opportunity to meet and said she looked forward to constructive working relations with government."

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