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ConCourt dismisses case to have Jiba and Mrwebi struck from the roll

The judgment comes as the pair wait to hear if Parliament will ratify President Cyril Ramaphosa’s decision to fire them

Jiba hints at court action against Mokgoro report

In a statement on Friday, Jiba said the report had “numerous elementary but gross errors of judgment”

READ IT IN FULL: Unabridged Mokgoro report

President Cyril Ramaphosa has fired advocates Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi, as recommended by the Mokgoro inquiry. Read the Mokgoro report here

Jiba did not lie about her qualifications or mislead NPA — lawyers

President Cyril Ramaphosa suspended the deputy director of public prosecutions in October 2018, pending the outcome of the Mokgoro inquiry

Jiba’s evidence under scrutiny

Nomgcobo Jiba said one thing to President Cyril Ramaphosa in August 2018 about the prosecution of former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks head Johan Booysen

Jiba scores a ‘yes’ – and a ‘no’

Two statements to the Mokgoro inquiry give insight into Jiba’s discussions, usually confidential, with her lawyers

Evidence against Jiba ‘circumstantial at best’ — Arendse

In closing arguments, the counsel for the embattled NPA deputy has argued that the narrative of her alleged “capture” is not borne out by fact

Jiba and Mrwebi not fit for office because of adverse findings by courts — FUL

Freedom Under Law is one of the NGO’s that has litigated at length over the 'the unlawful interference in the functioning and operations of the NPA'

Jiba ‘felt betrayed by own institution’

The suspended deputy national director of public prosecutions said she was paraded before a court as a criminal

The mystery of Agent SA71, Jiba and Mdluli on a flight to Durban

The possibility that Jiba was a secret agent was reported last year

Jiba’s debut keenly anticipated

Until now, the former national director of public prosecutions has not been cross-examined

High court found no ulterior motive when racketeering charge authorised — Jiba lawyer

The racketeering charges against Johan Booysen related to what was publicly known as the Cato Manor 'death squad'

Booysen: ‘I was prosecuted because I got in Edward Zuma’s way’

​The former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks boss was charged with racketeering because he got in the way of the business interests of Edward Zuma.

LIVESTREAM: Former KZN Hawks head to testify at Mokgoro inquiry

The former head of the Hawks in KwaZulu-Natal, Johan Booysen, will be taking the stand against suspended deputy NDPP Nomgcobo Jiba

Under Jiba, trend emerged of prosecuting those that got in the way — Hofmeyr

Deputy NDPP Willie Hofmeyr says 'obstacles to corruption and the capture of the state' were prosecuted under Nomgcobo Jiba

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