'We did not consent to sexual harassment, says women who want report clearing BLA head reviewed, set aside

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The two women who were allegedly sexually harassed by Black Lawyers Association (BLA) president Mashudu Kutama want a report clearing him of wrongdoing to be reviewed and set aside.

They also want the BLA's decision lifting Kutama's suspension following an independent investigation to be set aside.

He was cleared of sexual harassment allegations levelled against him by the two members of the organisation's student chapter.

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