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Corruption Watch undertook to advocate the release of the Mafereka commission report, which has not seen the light of day years after its submission to the North West premier’s office. Picture: Rapula Mancai
Corruption Watch undertook to advocate the release of the Mafereka commission report, which has not seen the light of day years after its submission to the North West premier’s office. Picture: Rapula Mancai

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The North West arm of the Commission on Traditional Leadership Disputes and Claims was set up in 2011 and chaired by Malefetsane Joel Mafereka. Its mandate was to deal with disputes and claims relating to traditional leadership in the province.

The commission concluded its task and, in 2015, handed its report to then premier Thandi Modise, who had not released it to the public by the time she left office.

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