A dearth of facts and evidence in MK Party’s ConCourt case

So far, there has been a lot of noise in the public domain about vote-rigging — but no real evidence of it

16 June 2024 - 00:00

The Constitutional Court’s rejection of the MK Party’s application to interdict the first sitting of parliament on Friday was quite a drubbing. In its order, the apex court rejected almost every argument made by the MK Party. ..

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