'This is a great day in South Africa' - Deputy Public Protector

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Deputy Public Protector Kevin Malunga said the Constitutional Court judgement in the Nkandla matter will pave a way in South Africa to ensure the work done by the office is protected.

"What we want is really an affirmation of the rule of law in South Africa. This is a great day in that institutions of democracy are being tested and South Africans will know in finality the status of the Public Protector," said Malunga.

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