‘I seek a judicial review’: Pheladi Gwangwa takes UCT to court over ousting as council deputy chair

Gwangwa has accused the council of ‘falsely’ accusing her of bias and wants the decision to be reviewed and set aside

21 June 2023 - 22:09

Pheladi Gwangwa says she was “falsely” accused of bias and ousted as deputy chair of council at the University of Cape Town, and is dragging the institution to court to overturn the decision and “vindicate the rule of law”...

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