S. Africa: 'No Facts to Support Zuma's Appeal'
Judges in the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) have said that there are no facts before the SCA to decide whether the so-called spy tapes are part of a confidential representation by President Jacob Zuma to the NPA.
President Jacob Zuma in Parliament (file photo).
South Africa: DA Pleased With Spy Tape Court Proceedings
DA, 15 August 2014
The DA is very pleased with proceedings before the Supreme Court of Appeal in the so-called "Spy Tapes" case today. Read more »
SAPA, 3 August 2014
Former crime intelligence head Mulangi Mphego has questioned how particular spy tapes served as justification for dropping corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma, the… Read more »
South Africa: Spy Tapes - Claims By Mphego Support DA Case
DA, 3 August 2014
The DA has noted claims by former boss of Crime Intelligence, Mulangi Mphego, that the so-called "spy tapes" are not the work of Crime Intelligence. Read more »
DA, 2 August 2014
The Democratic Alliance is concerned that President Jacob Zuma yesterday afternoon announced that he is considering suspending the National Director of Public Prosecution (NDPP),… Read more »
South Africa: NPA Inquiry - President Zuma Is Stalling
DA, 15 July 2014
It has been 11 days since President Jacob Zuma announced an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the appointment of the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP)… Read more »