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Acting Public Protector Kholeka Gcaleka. Photo: File
Acting Public Protector Kholeka Gcaleka. Photo: File

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Correspondence shows that the two first butted heads when Gcaleka detected an apparent lie after Mkhwebane’s legal representatives, Seanego Attorneys, wrote to the office of the State Attorney claiming that Mkhwebane had delegated responsibilities to her (Gcaleka) to investigate the leaking of court information before the court could read the judgment. The letter was dated May 9.

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