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Mkhwebane calls on National Assembly to ‘do the right thing' after court ruling

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Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane afforded some respite following the Western Cape High Court ruling. Photo: Antonio Muchave/Gallo Images
Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane afforded some respite following the Western Cape High Court ruling. Photo: Antonio Muchave/Gallo Images

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The ruling by the Western Cape High Court on Wednesday is likely to scupper the parliamentary inquiry into Mkhwebane’s fitness to hold office, which had been delegated to a multi-party section 194 committee with a deadline of January next year to conclude its probe. Section 194 of the Constitution deals with the removal of the heads of chapter nine institutions from office.

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