Mkhwebane's decisions to probe Ramaphosa campaign donations will fuel calls for an inquiry into her fitness to hold office. Such an inquiry would have to be undertaken by a parliamentary committee, writes Ralph Mathekga.
If the Public Protector's suspicions of criminality turn out to be true, Ramaphosa should be recalled and charged. If she wrongly accused the president of money-laundering, she should be out of a job, writes Adriaan Basson.
This week on POLOTIKI we shift the focus to Parliament, where President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his third State of the Nation Address (SONA), his second this year and the first in the newly elected sixth administration.