Government is hauled to court for its position on the Miss Universe pageant in Israel

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The organisation seeks an urgent order to compel government and the ministers to comply with their constitutional and legal obligations. Photo: Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images
The organisation seeks an urgent order to compel government and the ministers to comply with their constitutional and legal obligations. Photo: Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images

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City Press has reliably learnt that a Johannesburg-based nonprofit organisation, Citizens for Integrity, through its legal representative, Elson Kgaka of ES Kgaka Attorneys, filed papers at the Pretoria High Court on Thursday, November 25, challenging government’s decision.

Government; Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Ronald Lamola; and Sport, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa are cited as first, second and third respondents, respectively.

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