EFF leader Julius Malma has expressed concern over the Zondo Commission's leader and legal team's lawyer Paul Pretorius, head of SC, South Africa's Bar Council called "Bustard".
Speaking during a pickup outside Malik's Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordon outside the judicial commission of inquiry into the state's capture investigation in Parktown, Johannesburg.
Addressing supporters of the party on Tuesday, Malma said that Pretoria gave Pro-Bon legal aid to Gordhan's spokesman Adrian Laker in the complaint of a commission for consolidation, mediation and dismissal before arbitration.
He said: "When Praveen does not answer questions, Bustard is not blocked. Bustard does not ask Praveen to answer, instead he permits Praveen to give his speech."
Malma also declared that the political party has decided to fight against Gordhan.
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However, in a statement issued on Friday, the GCB said that "except for its bare literal meaning of a child illegally, the word 'bastard' is abusive, which is used to describe an adulterous person."
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GCB said that in its CCMA case, Maliki's comments about legal aid of Proteori's Proteoriis of Lekayi were suggesting that she (Praetorius) was coming out of her own personal motives.
"This logic or logic is not a major concern for just GCB, but it should have equal concern for all members of the business.
"Sri Malmah's approach should get public currency; it will only ruin the lawyers by following their duty to comply with the compliance of their duties or at the rate of reduction for fear of public allegations of non-conventional behavior in their other matters, thus reducing the outcome of justice.
"More critically, it potentially reduces the public confidence in the business as an independent referral business, which is morally obliged to apply its best ability to morality by knowing its forensic skills, regardless of its personal support, or Rivalry towards their client's ideas or policies, "she said.
On Thursday, South African Council of Churches and Ahmad Kathrada Foundation lambasted Malmna for his comment, criticizing his "inflammatory" verbal attack on Gordhan.
In response, EFF said: "We are not afraid to fear Gordon's liability."
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To save the commission's work, the chief of the corruption watch called Deputy Chairman Justice Justice Raymond Zondo.
Corruption watch executive director David Lewis said in a statement that the commission's role can not be "underestimated".
Luis said, "As chair of the court, as chairman, to save the integrity of the commission and to keep people out of fear and to fear it is to save the environment."
He said that in a statement made by Malmah, the commission was described as a "Mickey Mouse" show, and also accused the chairman of stealing money from the poor.
"This seriously weakens the seriousness of the work done by the commission and it is against the spirit of transparent advertisements and is against the wishes of the witness before the witnesses.
"It is essential that in the case of acts of such incongruous acts of Justice flame, the judges should use their significant statutory powers to maintain the integrity and harshness of the Commission.
Failure to keep Mr Malman in account will see more of these traumatic behaviors and reduce the severity of credibility to the final results of the commission. "