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Magashule overplays his hand

Ramaphosa-appointed National Director of Public Prosecutions Shamila Batohi has done an impressive job rebuilding the severely depleted prosecutors' office and working in collaboration with the Zondo Commission charging scores of accused and preparing for several major corruption trials (AC Vol 61 No 14 Showdown to follow lockdown)...

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Cyril and Ace's linked fates

Boosting confidence in the state's prospects in the upcoming trial Ramaphosa appointed four new senior prosecutors on 14 January to serve under NPA boss Shamila Batohi including Anton du Plessis who has left a senior advisory post with the UN Security Council in New York to become one of the NPA's deputy directors...


This time, it's personal

The arrests were made days before the deadline set by National Director of Public Prosecutions Shamila Batohi to reassure the public that the authorities were working round the clock to apprehend the perpetrators of corruption...


Showdown to follow lockdown

An exasperated National Director of Public Prosecutions Shamila Batohi said that the country needed to have a serious conversation about corruption (AC Vol 61 No 1 Finally Cyril picks up the pace)...


State companies in the firing line

Investors are also looking for a signal that Shamila Batohi the National Director of Public Prosecutions is making headway in prosecuting the ringleaders of state capture under former President Jacob Zuma (AC Vol 58 No 13 Factional fireworks threaten party & Vol 60 No 15 Zuma blusters at Zondo)...


Finally, Cyril picks up the pace

Lamola Mchunu NPA head Shamila Batohi Hermione Cronje the head of the NPA's investigative unit and Andy Mothibi the head of the Special Investigating Unit all travelled to the UAE just before Christmas to negotiate the extradition according to our sources...

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Ramaphosa writes off coal

According to a presidential advisor several prosecutions of ANC officials on corruption are expected before the end of the year following the creation of two key tribunals to assist National Prosecuting Authority head Shamila Batohi: one to speed up prosecutions and the other to recover stolen funds...


Leaning to the left

Ramaphosa has had success in removing corrupt officials but none of them have been prosecuted even though he appointed a respected director of public prosecutions in Shamila Batohi (AC Vol 60 No 7 The real post-election fight)...


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