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​Zuma had been ‘intent’ on seeing Nxasana leave the NPA, Zondo commission hears

Former prosecutions boss Mxolisi Nxasana says his deputy Nomgcobo Jiba tried to dig up dirt on him

LIVESTREAM: Mxolisi Nxasana appears before state capture inquiry

The former NDPP is set to appear before the Zondo commission

Former NPA boss Nxasana tells Zondo of dirty tricks campaigns

Bigwigs in the NPA played their part in Zuma’s godly game by destabilising the NPA and ensuring the prosecution of people considered Zuma's enemies

Jiba blocks fresh Zondo commission revelations

The lawyer for the axed deputy prosecutions head raised concerns that Mxolisi Nxasana’s evidence was timed to sway public opinion

Prosecutors shouldn’t be concerned with public narratives, Jiba tells Mokgoro inquiry

The embattled deputy national director of public prosecutions said basing decisions on public perceptions could be dangerous

Jiba ‘felt betrayed by own institution’

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

Mokgoro inquiry on hold over Jiba’s fair trial rights

Thabani Masuku SC is concerned that evidence may impact on Nomgcobo Jiba’s right to a fair trial if she was to be prosecuted for perjury and fraud

Abrahams: ‘I will return to serve society’

In a message to his colleagues, Abrahams thanked those closest to him for the opportunity to head South Africa's prosecutorial body

Silas Ramaite appointed as acting NPA head

According to the NPA Act, Ramaphosa had to appoint one of the four deputy national director of public prosecutions to the role

Ramaphosa’s choices to take over NPA reins

The president will today appoint an acting national director of public prosecutions from among four contenders

Concourt: Abrahams out, Nxasana to pay back the money

In a majority judgment, the Concourt confirmed the order that the terms in which Mxolisi Nxasana left office were 'constitutionally invalid'

Axing Abrahams? Ramaphosa’s decision hinges on court rulings

Ramaphosa is waiting for two ConCourt judgments before acting on NPA boss's position, a parliamentary reply has revealed

Big legal battles for prominent SA officials scheduled for June

Zuma, Moyane, Molefe, Abrahams, and the ‘rogue unit’ cases will be heard in June

Judgement reserved in Abrahams appointment saga

The Concourt will now have to decide if either Abrahams or Nxasana deserve to have an opportunity to return to the NDPP post.

Nxasana’s case to be NDPP: It wasn’t a bribe, it was a settlement

The former NDPP's legal team said he had made a mistake in accepting R17.3-million to leave his position in 2015, but maintains it was not a bribe

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