Parliament hauled into fight to stop public protector ‘rot’

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Parliament hauled into fight to stop public protector ‘rot’

FREE TO READ | Union wants ‘spate of suspensions and dismissals of senior executives and investigators’ probed

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National Assembly speaker Thandi Modise will consider a request by the Public Servants Association that parliament investigate alleged maladministration in the Office of the Public Protector as soon as she returns to work next week.

This is according to parliamentary spokesperson Moloto Mothapo.

The PSA, a union which represents the majority of the staff employed at the public protector’s office, says it is “concerned about the recent spate of suspensions and dismissals of senior executives and investigators” at the Chapter 9 institution...

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