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“Actually, many of those international students went on to be leaders in Africa and Asia - when I think about it, I am amazed to see how many cabinet ministers, attorney-generals, accountant-generals and so on that I have known, from so many different countries.”
“Senior legal figures, including two former attorney-generals and a lord chief justice, have expressed deep concern about preparations to adopt new powers to confiscate passports.”
“Registrar and some of his staff, part of the attorney-generals 'office, and the Judge President.”
“The claims of state advocates and prosecutors were approved by senior magistrates and attorney-generals.”
“Institute of Traffic Officers 'president Titus Malaza said the ban on the use of Vascar speed checking devices - imposed by certain attorney-generals - had seriously impeded the institute's ability to perform speed checking.”
“If he is not granted indmenity (by Combrinck) he still has the undertakings from two attorney-generals that he will not be prosecuted for these crimes," De Klerk said.”
“State advocates had already been told to expect increases of only 7.5 percent, but deputy attorney-generals were apparently getting any increase at all.”
“Namburete was one of the three deputy attorney-generals.”
“A spokesman for the attorney-generals office confirmed today that the petition had been forwarded to Justice minister Dullar”
“The attorney-generals 'independence had to be jealously guarded, Maree said in a statement.”
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