South Africa’s Parliament’s Section 194 committee will on Tuesday be meeting for the first time this year, as it looks to resume the impeachment inquiry into Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s fitness to hold office. Eyewitness News reports that the inquiry adjourned early last month, as it was set to start hearing testimony from Mkhwebane’s first witness. On Tuesday, the committee will look to plan its business for the remaining months of the inquiry, which it intends to conclude by March.
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