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Ramaphosa has not yet decided whether to institute a disciplinary inquiry into Nomgcobo Jiba's conduct and wants more time to make up his mind.
Lawrence Mrwebi and Nomgcobo Jiba can return to work for now, but they must still appeal a judgment which says they must face disciplinary charges.
Jiba does 'not deny' being in the offices of the prosecuting authority, despite being banned from the premises.
Judgment has been reserved on both public servants' fitness to hold office...
While Shaun Abrahams has declined to stay Zuma's prosecution until issues around his legal fees are resolved, this doesn't mean that the trial will go ahead in November.
Despite two embarrassing court judgments related to the Gupta family, the NPA remains hopeful.
The NPA has obtained a court order that allows it to look for R169-million stashed in Dubai, which it believes are the proceeds of crime.
Sources reportedly say the NPA wants to appeal Judge Phillip Loubser's judgment because of 'glaring errors of law'.
A series of cash-in-transit heists, a hijacking that left a nine-year-old girl dead, the Guptas getting an advantage in the courts — the past 10 days have again raised questions about SA's criminal justice system.
It should really come as no surprise that the NPA failed to nail the Guptas in the Vrede dairy farm matter.