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DOUBLE REVIEW | Ngcuka and O’Sullivan: Two very different warriors in the fight for the rule of law

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Book covers: Bulelani Ngcuka: The Sting in the Tale by Marion Sparg (Jonathan Ball) and Stop Me if You Can by Paul O’Sullivan (Paul O’Sullivan).
Book covers: Bulelani Ngcuka: The Sting in the Tale by Marion Sparg (Jonathan Ball) and Stop Me if You Can by Paul O’Sullivan (Paul O’Sullivan).

BOOKS: Bulelani Ngcuka: The Sting in the Tale by Marion Sparg (Jonathan Ball), Stop Me if You Can by Paul O’Sullivan (Paul O’Sullivan) 

Marion Sparg’s biography of Bulelani Ngcuka begins, naturally enough, with the moment in 2004 when Ngcuka, then the National Director of Public Prosecutions, announced that although there was a "prima facie" bribery case against Jacob Zuma, then deputy president, the National Prosecuting Authority would not be charging Zuma because it did not think the case was winnable.

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