Mokotedi Mpshe

Mpshe: Legal challenge in doubt

The General Council of the Bar is reconsidering mounting a legal challenge to Mokotedi Mpshe as an acting judge in the North West High Court.

DA reiterates objection to Mpshe appointment

The DA's objections to Mokotedi Mpshe's appointment as acting judge stand, despite his resignation as deputy NDPP, the DA said on Thursday.

Radebe backs Mpshe as acting judge

Justice Minister Jeff Radebe on Thursday vigorously defended his appointment of Mokotedi Mpshe as an acting judge in the North West High Court.

Bar council waits on Justice Ministry reply over Mpshe

The GCB is expecting to hear from the Justice Ministry soon on its complaint over the appointment of Mokotedi Mpshe as an acting judge.

Mpshe’s new job under fire

The appointment of former acting prosecutions head Mokotedi Mpshe as an acting judge on the North West bench may be unconstitutional.

Radebe job-hunts for Mpshe

Justice minister in 'highly unusual' campaign to find post on Bench for former acting NPA chief.

What Zuma told the NPA

Jacob Zuma's legal team has given prosecutions boss Mokotedi Mpshe what it believes are two reasons for dropping charges against the ANC president.

‘More than just Pikoli’s suspension needed’

There are deeper issues in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) than simply the suspension of National Director of Public Prosecutions Vusi Pikoli, the South African Communist Party said on Monday, following an announcement from the Presidency on Monday that President Thabo Mbeki had suspended Pikoli.

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