DA MP Glynnis Breytenbach plans to reintroduce a Constitutional Amendment Bill in Parliament this year to save SA's "prosecutorial independence".
An inquest has found that Duduzane Zuma conducted himself in an unreasonable manner when his car hit a taxi in February, killing a passenger.
NPA spokesperson Nathi Mncube says the authority is now in the hands of the Supreme Court of Appeal to set a date for the Oscar Pistorius appeal.
Evidence released to the DA raises significant questions regarding the dropping of graft charges against President Jacob Zuma.
A R5m silver handshake is apparently not enough to make National Prosecuting Authority head Mxolisi Nxasana step down quietly. He wants R7.5m.
The NPA denies it interfered in Julius Malema's corruption case, saying its decision to prosecute Malema was based on credible evidence.
Presidency Spokesperson Mac Maharaj rebuffs Mzi Khumalo's claims on the spy tapes as 'wild speculation'.
The national police commissioner will not be prosecuted following accusations of her interfering in an on-going crime intelligence investigation.
NPA spokesperson Nathi Mncube says the high court should consider keeping Oscar Pistorius in custody "until the matter is finished".
Mokotedi Mpshe says he is not threatened by the prospect of his decision to drop corruption charges against Jacob Zuma being taken on review.
The National Prosecuting Authority says claims that its chief executive raided and took documents from Lawrence Mrwebi's office are "distorted".
Following the NPA's request for all advocates to supply copies of their qualifications, Nomgcobo Jiba has questioned why this is happening now.
Nearly two months after the presidency announced a commission of inquiry into Mxolisi Nxasana, the NPA boss's fate is still uncertain.
NPA head Mxolisi Nxasana is proving to be more than Zuma bargained for in his refusal to be suspended as national director of public prosecutions.
President Jacob Zuma has said that it was not up to Parliament to establish the suitability of candidates for the position of NDPP.
The battle to ensure the separation of the Hawks from the police, in a case stemming from 2008, continues in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday.
The former executive manager of the NPA Integrity Management Unit, Prince Mokotedi, will no longer face disciplinary charges.
Nomgcobo Jiba, Sibongile Mzinyathi and Lawrence Mrwebi are facing charges of perjury following court findings made about the NPA's leadership.