ARTICLES RELATING TO NPA

Zuma studying spy tapes appeal judgment

2016-06-24 16:30

President Jacob Zuma is considering his options after the Pretoria High Court dismissed his application for leave to appeal its decision that he should face corruption charges

BREAKING: Zuma's spy tapes appeal dismissed

2016-06-24 09:31

The High Court in Pretoria has dismissed President Jacob Zuma's leave to appeal its decision that he should face corruption charges.

DA to table 'crucial' corruption report on Mti

2016-06-12 22:29

The Democratic Alliance would table a crucial document on Linda Mti that would show 'clear evidence of corruption and fraud' against the head of Nelson Mandela Bay safety and security, the party said.

NPA must consider criminal charges against Penny Sparrow

2016-06-10 15:57

The Umzinto Equality Court has referred the case of racist KwaZulu-Natal realtor Penny Sparrow to the NPA to determine if it will criminally prosecute her.

Spy tapes: Court went too far, says NPA

2016-06-10 14:00

The High Court in Pretoria erred in April when it ruled that President Jacob Zuma should face the charges outlined in a 2009 indictment, the NPA argues.

Rapist sentenced to 30 years after child spots him two years later

2016-06-07 21:55

A 27-year-old man from Mojeteng, Maake village, in Tzaneen has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after one of the children he raped identified him two years after the incident.

NPA's 'spy tapes' appeal application to be heard on June 10

2016-05-25 16:44

The High Court in Pretoria will on June 10 hear the application for leave to appeal a court ruling that corruption charges be reinstated against President Jacob Zuma.

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NPA won’t succeed in Spy Tapes appeal - Pikoli

Vusi Pikoli thinks the decision to appeal the spy tapes ruling is likely to fail.

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Tongaat Mall collapse report to be given to NPA

2016-05-24 19:50

The findings of the 2013 Tongaat Mall collapse will be handed to the NPA for a decision on whether to prosecute anyone, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says.

No political interference in Sars 'rogue unit' probe - Abrahams

2016-05-23 16:36

There has been no political interference during an investigation into the SA Revenue Service's so-called "rogue unit", the NPA says.

 

Now Zuma can have his day in court - DA

2016-06-24 11:59

President Jacob Zuma can now have his day in court, DA federal chairperson James Selfe says.

Govt protecting Mti - DA

2016-06-21 21:47

Government agencies are protecting Nelson Mandela Bay metro security chief Linda Mti from corruption charges, the DA in the Eastern Cape alleged on Tuesday.

DA casts further doubt on Mpshe's reasoning on Zuma charges

2016-06-10 20:23

The Democratic Alliance has cast further doubt on former NPA head Mokotedi Mpshe's reasoning in deciding not to prosecute President Jacob Zuma seven years ago.

Spy tapes judgment reserved

2016-06-10 14:55

The DA’s seven-year battle to have President Jacob Zuma stand trial on corruption charges will drag on for a bit longer after the High Court in Pretoria reserved judgment in the matter.

NPA's 'spy tapes' appeal to be heard in court

2016-06-10 05:38

The NPA and President Jacob Zuma will apply for leave to appeal a court ruling that corruption charges against the president be reinstated in the High Court in Pretoria.

Zuma corruption charges still with NPA for decision - Nhleko

2016-05-26 18:39

The NPA is still deciding whether to proceed with corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma over upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, Police Minister Nathi Nhleko says.

Slim chance of success in NPA's decision to appeal - Pikoli

2016-05-25 14:34

Former NPA head Vusi Pikoli says chances of success are slim in the NPA's decision to appeal a court ruling that corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma be reinstated.

Spy tapes: 'Political interference in the NPA'

2016-05-25 10:22

Will the spy tapes saga extinguish President Jacob Zuma's political career, asks Lawson Naidoo.

Jiba gets to work another day after cautious court ruling

2016-05-23 19:04

President Jacob Zuma has scored his first court victory in a while after the Western Cape High Court ruled that he was not being irrational when he decided against suspending Deputy NDPP Nomgcobo Jiba.

6 reasons NPA is appealing 'spy tapes' ruling

2016-05-23 13:00

The NPA has announced it is seeking leave to appeal a court ruling that corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma be reinstated. It has cited six grounds for the appeal.

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