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Advocate Dali Mpofu will not be proposing his own penalty for telling a fellow lawyer to “shut up” at the state capture inquiry last year, after the Johannesburg Society of Advocates (JSA) found he had breached a lawyers’ ethics code and gave him until Friday to suggest a sanction. 

“I think it’s ridiculous and I’m going to appeal,” Mpofu told Business Day, saying he was meeting his team on Wednesday morning and would not be sending a proposed sanction to the JSA, a professional body...

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