An EWN article focusses on Mr Mohale’s statements during a Radio 702 interview, saying: “We really want to stand for the protection of our constitution, including all the Chapter 9 institutions, but in particular the office of the Public Protector because we know that’s the one that was under the most severe attacks.” In addition, the article highlights that BLSA has been deeply involved in conversations with the government after the ratings downgrade and the latest Cabinet reshuffle.

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