In this case, the appropriate conclusion about the Constitutional Court's finding against the Public Protector is that there's much to be comforted by.
The public protector's proposal to change the mandate of South Africa's Reserve Bank goes well beyond changing individual rules to overturning their very foundation, anchored in the Constitution.
A financial system that is sure to collapse if the central bank cares about people’s well-being goes against democratic principle.
South Africa's Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane has touched on two highly contentious issues: the unresolved bailout for a local bank three decades ago. And the role of the country's Reserve Bank.
How did a small South African bank manage to rise through the ranks at a time when consumer and investor confidence was at a low?
Were South African banks within their legal rights to close a politically influential family's accounts?