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The Hawks Have Just Lost A Key Member

Advocate Hermione Cronje, the top of the Investigating Directorate, has left her place of employment after a little more than two years in charge.

It has risen up out of reports that Cronje will authoritatively find employment elsewhere in March one year from now.

Agent National Director of Public Prosecutions Ouma Rabaji-Rasetheba will be accessible to help the workplace of the ID.

The ID was shaped over two years prior to manage state catch cases and other high profile matters and a few criminal cases have been brought under the watchful eye of court.

Public Prosecuting Authority head advocate Shamila Batohi is to give more subtleties at a media preparation on Monday.


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The takeoff of Cronje additionally comes against the setting of a few matters forthcoming in court.

President Cyril Ramaphosa would need to support the abdication of Cronje.

Cronje was the main top of the ID to lead and had been working intimately with the National Director of Public Prosecutions.

Ramaphosa named Cronje in May 2019 as the primary top of the ID. The arrangement was for a time of five years, however she has stopped partially through her term of office.

The Presidency and NDPP are answerable for tracking down her replacement.

There are a couple of months left before she formally leaves office with the agent overseer of public indictments, Rabaji-Rasethaba to aid this period.

Cronje had recently worked for the NPA before she quit. She was enrolled for the situation of ID head over two years prior when she set up that office without any preparation.

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