An impeachment case to answer for Phala Phala saga?

Most presidents of South Africa have acted unlawfully — including Nelson Mandela — and have had their actions set aside by the courts. The rules show that impeachable conduct requires something more: bad faith, malice and intentional conduct on the part of the president

20 November 2022 - 00:00

A close look at the rules and some of the evidence submitted to the independent panel probing possibly impeachable conduct by President Cyril Ramaphosa suggests it would not be a surprise if the panel finds there is no case to answer...

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