Public Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) Shamila Batohi has argued for persistence from South Africans clamoring for those blamed for debasement and state catch to be brought to book.
Batohi tended to the media on Monday on a scope of issues in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) including the unforeseen abdication of the top of the Investigating Directorate (ID) Hermione Cronje, who is booked to leave her office in March one year from now.
"There is no administration hole," Batohi demanded.
She said she and Cronje knew the interests of the nation were significant, as the ID was under extensive strain to perform.The post has been circulating on the facebook social media platform which serves the purpose of informing the public about the daily news happening both locally and globally all over the world.
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