Shamila’s thoughts on her first day in office.
A new dawn has arrived for the NPA.
The road to redemption continues for Agrizzi at the Mokgoro inquiry.
She is running out of cat lives, for sure.
The can of worms has been opened at the Mokgoro inquiry
A new NDPP is set to be announced soon, but the presidency has dismissed claims of an established “nine-person shortlist.”
The DA has called on Ramaphosa to involve Parliament in the appointment of a new NDPP.
Malema and the EFF claim that was a toy gun and the gunshots were edited in the video… Sure but there is still a crime to be investigated.
The NPA say they will not be rushed and dictated to by AfriForum.
Outa believes that the new leadership of the ruling party has started off on a good note.
Nothing s going according to Abrahams’ plan.
The NPA feels that there has not been enough evidence to suggest that Abrahams is one of Zuma’s puppets, despite many events that seem to suggest so.
Dear Comrade Shaun, congratulations on rounding up the finance minister and two of his former henchmen from the SA Revenue Service. Like you, I despise people who understand numbers.
So, just how much of your tax money has el presidente spent in his seemingly endless string of legal battles?
The NPA will appeal the six-year sentence handed to Oscar Pistorius, arguing that it is too lenient.
Pikoli, who used to be the head of the National Prosecuting Authority, weighs in on the current state of affairs and Zuma’s chances of avoiding the courtroom. According to Pikoli, who is himself an advocate, the chances of success for the NPA and Zuma’s appeal against the North Gauteng High Court’s ruling are pretty darn […]
Shaun Abrahams was stumped when confronted with the question of why the NPA chose not to appeal a similar case in the past yet did so with Zuma’s corruption charges.
El presidente has said that he’ll add his voice to the NPA’s appeal against the High Court ruling that corruption charges against him be reinstated.
Monday’s been a busy day for the NPA, what with refusing to prosecute both the leader of the ANC AND the party’s Western Cape leader.
Way back before Zuma became president, he was the great Thabo Mbeki’s deputy. Then, for reasons well-known he was charged with – among other things – corruption. Lucky for him, there were those who saw him as useful and so they saved his *ss.