The Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) board has been using a law firm not on its legal panel to prosecute a number of labour cases despite a warning by the National Treasury that it “may not be justifiable”.

The agency has, since early 2021, used law firm De Swardt Myambo Hlahla Attorneys in a number of high-profile cases related to labour issues, including many legal actions against Martha Ngoye, a whistle-blower and suspended head of legal...

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