Accountability Now has threatened to drag the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) boss advocate Shamila Batohi to court to force her to investigate and prosecute former president Jacob Zuma, the police minister Bheki Cele and other high profile cases. In a letter to Batohi two months ago, Accountability Now director advocate Paul Hoffman SC, accused the NPA boss and her office of dragging their feet in investigating and prosecuting several high profile cases.
Part Three of the State Capture report, released on Tuesday night, lifts the lid on Bosasa's suspect dealings with government. It includes revelations approximately how the disgraced company greased the ANC election equipment. The Zondo file names as a minimum three senior modern-day and previous ANC leaders who it says should be investigated in addition for corruption with regards to Bosasa.
Eskom may contemplate bringing private prosecutions against persons associated with state capture and corruption inside the firm if the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) does not make noticeable progress in a number of cases presented to it. Within Eskom, frustration has grown over the past six months about the NPA's inability to prosecute accused offenders properly and expeditiously.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has went a step further in tackling corruption inside the ANC. But concern has been raised about the ANC investigating itself while chapter 9 institutions can do the job. Ramaphosa last night announced a new cabinet committe that will investigate alleged corruption in the tender processes of PPE. Ramaphosa said this committee's task, among others, is to ensure transgressors are brought to book. His announcement comes as allegations against ANC officials bagging PPE tenders dominate
The National Prosecuting Authority is intending with perjury expenses towards Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane after she allegedly lied in connection with her investigation into the Reserve Bank’s loan to Bankorp. © Copyright (c) Daily Maverick , All Rights Reserved Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will face two crook charges of perjury, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has announced.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/13/sa-needs-a-new-standalone-anti-corruption-body-says-expert?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - There has been shifted response to moves by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to shape a team to manage the discoveries of the state catch commission. Following the arrival of section one of the report by the state catch commission, there has been mounting strain to indict those refered to in the report.
Despite the authorities being granted leave to attraction sure sections of the ruling in opposition to their lockdown regulations, a number of them still stay ‘irrational’ in line with the courtroom and have to be amended. Cooperative governance and conventional affairs (Cogta) Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma this week completed partial fulfillment along with her software for depart to appeal Judge Norman Davis’ June ruling, affirming the lockdown rules invalid. Davis on Tuesday granted her leave to appeal
The public protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, has faulted the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) for a food package contract failure that has left the poor hungry. Mkhwebane gave the devastating verdict on Friday, the result of an investigation begun in July 2020 by lawyer Paul Hoffman of the Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa.
The director of Accountability Now, Advocate Paul Hoffman said that the newly-appointed ministerial committee looking into the allegations of corruption related to the country's response to the coronavirus pandemic will not succeed unless it reports to an independent body. The ministerial committee which Justice Minister Ronald Lamola, will head and comprises seven cabinet ministers will be reporting to President Cyril Ramaphosa. Advocate Hoffman said "the President, what he says in yesterday's press release
The National Commission of Inquiry on Occupation has submitted a document to the Constitutional Court of South Africa against former President Jacob Zuma's request to revoke his 15-month prison sentence. The committee asked the court to deny Zuma's request for a fee.Last week, the Constitutional Court found Zuma in contempt of court because he refused to further testify before the committee, despite being ordered to do so.Zuma will now pin his hopes on the Constitutional Court, which will hear his request for revocation of prison on Monday.However, the committee stated that Zuma's application did not meet the minimum requirements for revocation and had no prospect of success.
Previous president Jacob Zuma could confront a criminal accusation of scorn of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture following his walkout at the consultation, minutes after his application for the recusal of the administrator of the request Justice Raymond Zondo was excused. Remarking on Zuma's choice to not consent to his summonses and rather to move toward the high court to audit Justice Zondo's decision, legitimate master Paul Hoffman SC, said his choice to leave was in disdain of the commission
Busisiwe Mkhwebane, the public protector, has blamed the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) for a food parcel tender blunder that left the needy hungry. Mkhwebane issued the damning verdict on Friday, following a probe launched in July 2020 by advocate Paul Hoffman of the Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa.
BUSISIWE MKHWEBANE FACING PERJURY CHARGES In the previous few years, Mkhwebane has ended up secured various prominent lawful debates. In that time, she has lost arguments against Cyril Ramaphosa, Pravin Gordhan, and the SA government as a system. A portion of the proof delivered by the PP has been marked 'false' by her faultfinders, and the legal executive currently accepts there's a case to reply. "The NPA wishes to affirm that the DPP Paul Hoffman without a doubt took a choice to indict The Public Protector
There are swirling rumours that the former President Jacob Zuma is heading to Russia for his medical treatment. Zuma pulled this stunt last year when he went to Cuba for medical treatment and he was due to appear before the Zondo Commission to give his testimony about the state capture. The bad news for Zuma is that he goes to Russia and fails to come back before the 15th of February - a day in which he is supposed to appear before the Zondo Commission, he could find himself in trouble. This is according to