EFF: Ramaphosa has a moral, ethical duty to disclose CR17 donors

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- news24.com | 3 weeks ago

Day two of proceedings in Ramaphosa's review of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's report about CR17 campaign donations got underway with final submissions by the counsel for Mkhwebane, advocate Farzanah Karachi.

Karachi contended Mkhwebane had not relied on stolen evidence in the form of emails, from the heart of the CR17 campaign, that Ramaphosa accused her of obtaining illegally. EXCLUSIVE | Hawks asked by top Ramaphosa advisor to hold off on probe amid fresh CR17 leaksThe emails, Karachi told the court, were handed to the Public Protector by an unknown source.

Meanwhile, Maleka urged the court to consider that a ConCourt judgment from 2017, My Vote Counts against the justice minister and DA, which he submitted had created an ongoing obligation on Ramaphosa to declare.

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