Other than being chaired by a judge, public has no basis to judge credibility of Lady R report: DA

But, says the DA in court papers, the appointment of justice Mojapelo to chair Lady R investigation was unconstitutional

01 February 2024 - 22:29 By FRANNY RABKIN

The public had no basis to judge whether the report of the investigation into the Lady R controversy was independent and credible — “other than the unconstitutionally borrowed independence of justice Mojapelo” — the DA has said in court papers...

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