Second chief operating officer under Public Protector Mkhwebane resigns

It's been confirmed that Charles Mohalaba left his post from the Chapter 9 institution, giving only 24-hours’ notice.

Charles Mohalaba. Picture: http://www.pprotect.org/?q=content/national-management

JOHANNESBURG - A second chief operating officer under Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's tenure has resigned.

It's been confirmed that Charles Mohalaba left his post from the Chapter 9 institution, giving only 24-hours’ notice.

In 2019, Basani Baloyi, who held the same position, also stepped down.

Spokesperson for the Public Protector, Oupa Segalwe, said that a senior official would be appointed to stand in while the administrative oversight body found a suitable candidate.

“He did not provide any reasons for his resignation. The institution will soon start that process to fill that position,” Segalwe said.

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