President Cyril Ramaphosa has managed to stall for time, successfully gaining an interdict against the Public Protector's remedial action against him. This comes after the president headed to court over the findings in Busisiwe Mkhwebane's BOSASA report.
President Cyril Ramaphosa won't be facing the music over Busisiwe Mkhwebane's adverse findings just yet.
Ramaphosa has managed to secure an inderdict, stalling the implementation of the Public Protector's remedial action against him, reports eNCA.
Briefly.co.za reported that Mkhwebane had found Ramaphosa had knowingly lied to Parliament over a R500 000 donation from the disgraced BOSASA group.
Mkhwebane had called for, among other things, a list of funders that contributed almost R1 billion to the CR17 campaign to Parliament.
Ramaphosa is now immune from the recommended action pending judicial review of the report. Meanwhile, the president's legal team is attempting to seal off certain information used as evidence.
The advocates have approached the High Court in a bid to prevent the bank accounts used to fund Ramaphosa's campaign from being used as evidence, claiming that Mkhwebane had unlawfully obtained the evidence.
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