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SARB affidavit pokes holes in Public Protector report

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Johannesburg – An urgent court application by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) pokes holes in the remedial action ordered by the Public Protector, which calls for the bank’s mandate to be changed.

The SARB filed the application at the North Gauteng High Court on Tuesday. It follows a remedial action made in a report released by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane on June 19. She ordered that the portfolio committee on justice and correctional services initiate a process to change the constitutional mandate of the Reserve Bank.

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