The Constitutional Court has decided not to overturn President Jacob Zuma’s decision to give magistrates a 5% increase along with all other public servants.
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- Just because people live in the same suburb doesn’t mean they’ll get along (19%, 34 Votes)
- What? Suburbs will have a quota system too now? (18%, 32 Votes)
Total Voters: 178
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