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Parliamentary reform is crucial to SA's future after the 2024 elections

Without it, SA will be doomed to endless instability and political uncertainty

03 April 2022 - 00:00 By Lindiwe Mazibuko

When she is teaching our public service fellows at Futurelect about political systems, the separation of powers and the three arms of the South African government, my friend and colleague, Dr Sithembile Mbete, often bemoans the fact that SA and its leaders seem to believe that our country can be governed effectively with only two branches — the executive and the judiciary. ..

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