A shocking turn of events, Mkhwebane’s handling of public funds has left Cyril Ramaphosa and his team in distress. The stark contrast between the resources allocated to Dali, the Public Protector, and the evidence leaders is deeply concerning. It appears that Dali received an unfair share of public money, while the evidence leaders diligently present their cases. This inequity resembles a breach of public trust, diverting valuable resources from more deserving purposes.
Mkhwebane’s extravagant expenditure on a battalion of attorneys has exacerbated the situation. Instead of serving their intended purposes, these resources were squandered on legal battles. Despite this excessive spending, Mkhwebane was eventually dismissed, leaving taxpayers questioning the wisdom behind such lavish expenses.
To add to the disappointment, Dali raised his rates in response to the increased funding, demonstrating a concerning lack of ethical responsibility. The absence of accountability and mismanagement of public funds raises serious alarm bells.
To prevent future financial impropriety, Parliament must adopt a more rigorous approach when selecting the Public Protector. Close monitoring of public expenditure is crucial to ensure that funds are used responsibly and for their intended purposes.
The evidence leaders got half of what Dali got. A loot from the public.
Mkhwebane came with an army of lawyers and chowed all the money for taxpayers
In the end, Mkhwebane was still fired.
What Dali did is tantamount to looting of public funds.
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