Minister Masutha won’t go to court over Poynton’s Building shutdown

Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Michael Masutha will not be challenging the shutting down of his headquarters at Poyntons Building because he is confident it will be found to be fully compliant with regulatory safety requirements.

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