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The NPA Has Released An Official Statement To The Public.

https://ewn.co.za/2022/06/24/all-eyes-now-on-law-enforcement-agencies-to-act-on-state-capture-report-findings?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter


JOHANNESBURG - All eyes are presently fixed on policing, including the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to see what activity they will take following the last arrival of the state catch report.


Commission director Raymond Zondo has been showered with acclaim for his treatment of the legal investigation into state catch, with his work proclaimed as careful by different quarters in the public arena, including business gatherings, campaign gatherings, work and a few ideological groups.


Understanding LIST: Everything you really want to realize about the last state catch report


Defilement Watch said that it is currently up to arms of state with analytical powers to get on his proposals to guarantee that equity was finished and that the gamble of state catch in what was to come was diminished.


It's been four years really taking shape with nearly R1 billion spent.


The legal investigation into state catch, led by Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, involved something like 300 observers.


There were 3,171 summonses given and 8,655,530 pages of archives utilized.


Eventually, 1,438 individuals were involved.


Defilement Watch's chief Karam Singh said that the need ought to now be to guarantee that the nation doesn't end up in this position once more.


"I think future-sealing the vote based system against state catch truly turns into the test now and ought to turn into the need and focal point of the public authority proceeding," Singh said.


President Cyril Ramaphosa has shown that he will introduce his reaction plan to Zondo's discoveries to Parliament in four months' time.

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NPA National Prosecuting Authority Raymond Zondo

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