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Vote on Mkhwebane shows a divided ANC caucus

When the National Assembly votes on Tuesday on whether to proceed towards the eventual removal of the public protector, it will serve as a bellwether for other proxy battles playing out in the ANC.

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Lizeka Tandwa
Lizeka Tandwa
Lizeka Tandwa is a political journalist with a keen interest in local government.

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