Mangope launches bid to set aside Mkhwebane report

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In her affidavit, Mangope stated that Mkhwebane had committed an error of fact and of law in finding that her conduct in submitting a proposal to fund Sara without informing Nyathela was improper and constituted maladministration. Photo: Tebogo Letsie
In her affidavit, Mangope stated that Mkhwebane had committed an error of fact and of law in finding that her conduct in submitting a proposal to fund Sara without informing Nyathela was improper and constituted maladministration. Photo: Tebogo Letsie

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City Press learnt that Mangope filed her papers at the Pretoria High Court on December 15. The bid followed a similar application by the NAC, after Mkhwebane released her report in June 2020.

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