Politics & Current Affairs South Africa

South Africa: Mkhwebane’s impeachment inquiry enters second week 

South Africa’s former senior investigator at the Public Protector’s Office has told Parliament that he was told not to take notes during a meeting between former State Security Agency boss Arthur Fraser and Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane.

As LN24 SA correspondent Innocent Semosa reports the first witness to testify this week was Tebogo Kekana and he had to be subpoenaed to testify because he refused to appear before the Section 194 Inquiry. Take a look.

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