If the blistering indictment delivered by judge Sulet Potterill against one of the government’s most shameful lockdown rules doesn’t spark deep introspection in the halls of political power, nothing will.

In a 54-page ruling (https://www.groundup.org.za/media/uploads/documents/judgment_-_equal_education_and_others_v_minister_of_basic_education_and_others_22588-2020_2-1.pdf) in the Pretoria high court on Friday, Potterill found that basic education minister Angie Motshekga and eight provincial education heads had breached their constitutional duty by freezing the school feeding scheme, which feeds 9-million of SA’s 20-million children...

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