There has been mixed reaction to the appointment of Shaun Abrahams as the new National Director of Public Prosecutions.
Did South Africa pay for the world cup? Are newspapers dead? Deny everything.
Mxolisi Nxasana’s lawyer offers no real answers as to why the former NPA head resigned, just that an agreement was reached with the president.
No clarity yet on why the national director of public prosecutions has resigned, just platitudes and vagueness in response to media's questions.
President Jacob Zuma has reached a "settlement" with national prosecutions head Mxolisi Nxasana.
The president is playing a high-stakes game as politics continues to plague the prosecutions body.
It is vitally important to liberate the prosecuting authority from any form of political interference.
The real prospect of failing to force Nxasana out led to the president’s unedifying backdown
The M&G has an imaginary chat with President Jacob Zuma about his Russian trip and ending the inquiry into prosecutions head Mxolisi Nxasana.
The inquiry into the NPA boss has been cancelled by the president, who says he is currently "engaging with Nxasana".
The inquiry into whether the prosecutions boss is fit for the job has been terminated just as it was due to begin, on the orders of the president.
The NPA and other state institutions are working together to speed up the prosecution of perpetrators who commit xenophobic attacks.
National director of Public Prosecutions Mxolisi Nxasana has accused the police of "assuming the role of defence" in the matter involving his deputy.
Prosecutors and police are at loggerheads over who authorised a summons for Nxasana's deputy.
Winter is coming and the House of Eskom struggles to ward off the darkness.
President Jacob Zuma has established the terms of reference for the inquiry into NPA boss Mxolisi Nxasana's fitness to hold office.
Recommendations against the key actors in the Richard Mdluli fraud case have gone unheeded.
President Jacob Zuma is going ahead with a probe into National Director of Public Prosecutions Mxolisi Nxasana's fitness to hold office.
The embattled director of public prosecutions has denied reports that he was offered a R5m settlement deal, despite sources saying he asked for R7.5m.