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The national prosecuting authority (NPA) has suspended top corruption prosecutor Glynnis Breytenbach. Breytenbach was responsible for the NPA's arms deal probe and recently aborted fraud case against suspended crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli .
Sapa received a statement from Praag leader Dan Roodt earlier on Wednesday stating: "The National Prosecuting Authority's Northern Gauteng division is investigating Mr Julius Malema for contraventions of international law, specifically the incitement
Lizll Muller Cape businessman Gaston Savoi, who is facing a myriad charges involving alleged corrupt deals with the KwaZulu-Natal and Northern Cape governments, is also in trouble with the taxman. He owes the revenue service R35 million and he is
DA justice spokesperson Dene Smuts said the head of the unit, Chris Jordaan, had been put back in charge after it was confirmed earlier this week that he had been sidelined by Simelane. Chris Jordaan and not to the provincial divisions," said Smuts.
It placed a "heavy burden" on the prosecuting authority and had enormous implications for the criminal justice system, NPA head Menzi Simelane said in a statement. "Compliance with the relief sought in the application under appeal would place a very
South Africa's ruling party leader Jacob Zuma says he was a victim of abuse of power but has been vindicated as a court formally withdrew corruption charges against him. But opposition parties are protesting the decision. The president of South
Zuma's ANC party is widely expected to win an April 22 election and choose him as president of Africa's biggest economic power. The decision gives Zuma a big boost ahead of the election and ends a legal battle that raised doubts over his ability to
Mr Zuma is widely expected to become the country's next president after elections later this month. He is accused of graft, racketeering and money-laundering in connection with an arms deal signed with western companies in 1999. The 66-year-old
The NPA said it would not give a final decision on Friday whether it would drop the charges against the ANC leader but would announce the date it will reveal its decision. Zuma made submissions to prosecutors, denying taking money corruptly from his
South Africa risks undermining the rule of law if prosecutors drop graft charges against ruling ANC leader Jacob Zuma, the Congress of the People said on Thursday. South African prosecutors were considering whether to drop graft charges against Zuma