Do not pull Public Protector's teeth for Zuma‚ Constitutional Court asked

09 February 2016 - 16:59 By Ernest Mabuza

The Constitutional Court heard arguments from two political parties and an anti-corruption organisation on why they believed the Public Protector had powers to take remedial action that was binding.The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) argued in the morning that President Jacob Zuma‚ as president‚ had a heightened duty to protect the Constitution.

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