18.04.19 Pt 2 – The courts and our legal system at large have become the battleground for political struggle. We don’t have to look far before seeing that, especially in the past few weeks with the state capture inquiry taking centre stage in the political landscape. One of South Africa’s finest legal minds, Advocate Michelle Le Roux, has firsthand experience with this, as she details in her new book, 'Lawfare – Judging Politics in South Africa' and moreso, being Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan's legal representative, in this week's edition of The Burning Platform.
18 Apr 2019 1AM
Society & Culture · News
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