National Assembly speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, who is facing possible arrest for various counts of corruption and bribery, is a free woman — at least until next Tuesday. 

Judge Sulet Potterill of the high court in Pretoria on Monday reserved judgment until April 2 after hearing arguments from the speaker’s lawyers that arresting her now would infringe on her constitutional rights to freedom of movement and right to dignity. ..

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