Quote of the week

Regard must be had to the higher standard of conduct expected from public officials, and the number of falsehoods that have been put forward by the Public Protector in the course of the litigation.  This conduct included the numerous “misstatements”, like misrepresenting, under oath, her reliance on evidence of economic experts in drawing up the report, failing to provide a complete record, ordered and indexed, so that the contents thereof could be determined, failing to disclose material meetings and then obfuscating the reasons for them and the reasons why they had not been previously disclosed, and generally failing to provide the court with a frank and candid account of her conduct in preparing the report. The punitive aspect of the costs order therefore stands.

KHAMPEPE J and THERON J
Public Protector v South African Reserve Bank (CCT107/18) [2019] ZACC 29 (22 July 2019)
7 February 2016

All the court papers in EFF & DA Nkandla application to the Con Court

Here are the papers submitted to the Constitutional Court in the two cases relating to the implementation of the Public Protector’s Nkandla Report.

DA case – Public Protector’s papers: DA 4th Resp Heads

DA case – Minister of Police’s Papers: DA 3rd Resp Heads

DA case – President Zuma’s papers: DA 2nd Resp Heads

DA case – Speaker’s papers: DA 1st Resp Heads

DA case – DA’s papers:DA App Heads

EFF case – Public Protector’s papers: EFF 3rd Resp Heads

EFF case – President Zuma’s papers: EFF 2nd Resp Heads

EFF case – Speaker’s papers: EFF 1st Resp Heads

EFF case – EFF’s papersEFF App Heads

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