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Public Protector survives removal proposal in Parliament

After considering a 25-page defence submitted by Mkhwebane, the justice portfolio committee voted that it was premature to begin proceedings

Personal cost order will set bad precedent for public office, PP tells ConCourt

Mkhwebane is fighting a court order which ruled she was liable for part of the legal costs incurred by the Reserve Bank in the Bankorp matter

ConCourt to hear Public Protector appeal on Bankorp costs ruling

The case relates to an earlier court case which followed a report which Mkhwebane released in June 2017

Court dismisses Public Protector’s appeal on Bankorp-CIEX costs order

The high court has dismissed Busisiwe Mkhwebane's application for leave to appeal a judgment that she pay 15% of the costs incurred by SARB

A case for Mkhwebane’s removal

The public protector’s ill-conceived report and behaviour are grounds for Parliament to oust her

Public Protector’s ABSA bailout report set aside

Mkhwebane personally on the hook to pay some of the Reserve Bank's costs

Mkhwebane: Final Absa report isn’t final, so can’t be challenged

In June this year, Mkhwebane put her signature to a report that seemed to suggest that the government must recover R1.125-billion from Absa.

Mkhwebane says Reserve Bank is trying to remove her as public protector

The hearing is expected to wrap on Wednesday afternoon or during the course of Thursday morning.​

Gigaba, Reserve Bank pile more criticism on Mkhwebane

Gigaba has asked the court to overturn the entire Bankorp report rather than just striking down sections of it, as Absa and the Reserve Bank has asked

​Absa calls public protector a loophole-seeking plagiarist

After getting wrong the law and the facts, the public protector outsourced the process of trying to justify a crucial report, ABSA told the court.

Reserve Bank, Absa slam protector

Busisiwe Mkhwebane has been accused of a conspiracy with the spy agency and presidency

Why the public protector’s Absa billions report should be binned according to SARB

In its application to review Mkhwebane’s report the Reserve Bank listed what it calls a number of “evidential factual inaccuracies therein”.

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