Last year, while doing research about state capture and its impact on government, I sat down with Lungisa Fuzile, who had just departed National Treasury as director-general.He had been through a torrid couple of months with the dramatic sacking of Pravin Gordhan as finance minister and the subsequent breaching of National Treasury’s defences. Things looked dire and the Zupta elite was seemingly in supreme command of the political environment. Read more analysis:State capture: Who will go to jail first?The tide in our law enforcement and prosecuting authorities has turned. Advocate Godfrey Lebeya is starting to fix things at the Hawks. The NPA's time is coming soon with the appointment – hopefully – of a principled, fearless leader. There is certainly no lack of evidence. So who will go to jail first? asks Adriaan Basson.Why the NPA must act now on revelations to Zondo commissionInstituting a series of prosecutions sooner rather than later deals a powerful blow to impunity, signalling that nobody is above the law. Prosecuting politicians and their collaborators send a strong message that nobody is above the law. Such a message is sorely needed in South Africa, writes Penelope Andrews.Hogan's evidence a siren call to ZumaThe most disturbing revelation of Barbara Hogan’s testimony during her second day on the witness stand at the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture on Wednesday must have been her evidence on how former president Jacob Zuma blatantly interfered in the operations of Eskom, writes Pieter du Toit.