Corruption Watch applauded Thursday’s Constitutional Court judgment which found that the rulings of the Public Protector are binding and can only be set aside upon judicial review.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed David Lewis, Executive Director for Corruption Watch.
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The President did not safeguard the country’s resources which was entrusted to him.— David Lewis
This is a form of corruption. That the Constitutional Court didn’t find him to be criminally accountable is beside the point.— David Lewis
This was a good day for South African democracy.— David Lewis
Thuli Madonsela has been extraordinary.— David Lewis
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