Corruption Watch satisfied with Public Protector shortlisting process

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Cape Town - Corruption Watch director David Lewis on Thursday said he was happy with the process of shortlisting the five remaining Public Protector candidates.

Lewis was speaking after the ad hoc committee to appoint the Public Protector met on Thursday to evaluate the candidates. 

Judge Sharise Weiner, Judge Siraj Desai, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, Muvhango Lukhaimane and Professor Bongani Majola all made it through to the next round. 

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