State capture inquiry could cost more money if it runs beyond 2020
Written by Lethiwe Mdluli on 17 February, 2020
The Public Protector’s office has strongly denied reports that, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, has made a court bid to be allowed to narrow the terms of reference of the state capture commission.
This after the commission’s chairperson, deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, made an application to have its lifespan extended from March to December.
Mkhwebane’s spokesperson, Oupa Segalwe, says the public protector has warned that should the commission run beyond this year, it would cost more than one-billion-rand.
By: Gagasi FM News