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Just like SA, other countries struggle to ensure that officials who are charged with nonpartisan oversight of people’s rights act in a way that is truly fair rather than tainted by party-political concerns.

In SA, for example, legal spats involving public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane have led many to wonder if she has an agenda related to the ruling party or a splinter interest group...

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