Will NPA prosecute Zuma

JOHANNESBURG – Today is the deadline for a team of prosecutors considering former president Jacob Zuma’s representations to make a recommendation to prosecutions boss Shaun Abrahams on whether or not to reinstate charges relating to fraud and corruption.

Zuma submitted reasons as to why he should not have his day in court at the end of last month, nine years after the original decision to prosecute was withdrawn.
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Time’s up: Deadline day for Zuma to avoid spy tapes charges

President Jacob Zuma will have to make representations to public prosecutions head Shaun Abrahams today to argue why he should not face 783 counts of fraud, racketeering and money laundering.

In December 2017, Abrahams granted Zuma an extension to make representations after the president’s legal team made the request. Zuma’s lawyers asked that he be given until February 19 2018 to state his case, but Abrahams instead made the deadline January 31…
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High Court Questions Mokgatle Credibility

The High Court made a credibility finding adverse to the NDPP and advocate Mokgatle. (See par 55- 59 of the judgement. FUL v NDPP, Jiba, and others.) In above-mentioned judgement, the Gauteng High Court found that Shaun Abrahams’s decision to withdraw criminal charges of perjury and fraud against Nomgccobo Jiba was irrational and should be […]
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ANOTHER APPEAL ANOTHER COST:  Zuma to Appeal Court Ruling Permitting Ramaphosa To Appoint New NPA Boss

Zuma’s appeal against the order taking away his powers to appoint an NDPP resulted in the suspension of the court order. Jacob Zuma has applied for leave to appeal against a ruling by a full bench of the High Court in Pretoria that  Cyril Ramaphosa must appoint the National Director of Public Prosecutions for as […]
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BREAKING: NPA Boss Shaun Abrahams MUST Vacate His Job, Judge Rules

The High Court in Pretoria has ruled that Advocate Shaun Abrahams, the national director of public prosecutions, must vacate his seat. Judge Dunstan Mlambo further ruled it would not be just for the former prosecutions boss Mxolisi Nxasana to be reinstated and that due to his pending corruption case, President Jacob Zuma was conflicted in […]
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