Cyril Ramaphosa defends controversial debt-relief law
The DA is not happy with the law but the president says, regulations and certain provisions notwithstanding, the law is constitutional
President Cyril Ramaphosa has defended SA’s controversial debt-relief law saying there is nothing unconstitutional about it.
This is despite the release of a socio-economic impact assessment study in parliament on Tuesday that suggests the law will eventually disadvantage many over-indebted, low-income earners — the intended beneficiaries of the system...
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