Zille at court for spy tapes

Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille will be at the Supreme Court of Appeal on Thursday for the handing down of the “spy tapes” court order. This followed an agreement between legal teams representing the DA, NPA and President Jacob Zuma to release the tapes to the DA and to appoint[…]

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NPA ‘disappointed’ at Zuma no show

The National Prosecuting Authority is disappointed by the failure of President Jacob Zuma’s son to attend an inquest at the Randburg Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday. “We are disappointed because we would have liked to have commenced with the inquest today, the matter has now been delayed for two months,” said[…]

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Names of SA Gaza soldiers handed to NPA

The names of two South Africans alleged to be serving in the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) have been handed over to the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development for investigation. The Action Forum for Palestine, who formed part of a joint delegation with the National Coalition for Palestine (NC4P) met[…]

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Mokotedi plans to resign: NPA

The NPA’s suspended integrity management unit (IMU) head Prince Mokotedi plans to resign on August 1, the prosecuting authority said on Wednesday. “I can confirm that he has not resigned. He had informed the NDPP [National Director of Public Prosecutions] in June and he did again yesterday [Tuesday] that he[…]

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Prosecution not seen Oscar video: NPA

The NPA has not seen the video of murder-accused Oscar Pistorius re-enacting the scene of the killing of Reeva Steenkamp. “We have no comment… and have nothing to do with the video,” said spokesman Nathi Mncube on Monday. The prosecution team for the case, led by Gerrie Nel, had not[…]

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