South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has named Advocate Shamila Batohi as the new National Director of Public Prosecutions, voicing his confidence in the appointment by saying that "she has the experience, conscientiousness and integrity to be entrusted with the responsibilities of this office".
Batohi's Appointment As NDPP Welcomed Across the Board
News24Wire, 4 December 2018
The appointment of advocate Shamila Batohi as the new National Director for Public Prosecutions (NDPP) has been widely welcomed. Read more »
Advocate Shamila Batohi speaks beside President Cyril Ramaphosa after her appointment as the new head of the National Prosecuting Authority.
Ramaphosa Appoints Shamila Batohi as New Prosecutions Boss
allAfrica, 4 December 2018
President Cyril Ramaphosa has named Advocate Shamila Batohi as the new National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP). Read more »
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Appointment of National Director of Public Prosecutions
Govt of SA, 4 December 2018
Minister of Energy, Mr Jeff Radebe,Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Adv Michael Masutha,Minister of Police, General Bheki Cele,Members of the NDPP Advisory… Read more »
Statement on the Appointment of the National Director of Public Prosecutions
South Africa, 5 December 2018
Democratic Alliance member of parliament Glynnis Breytenbach has pulled out of the race to lead the National Prosecuting Authority, reports EyeWitness News Read more »
Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga has said that former president Jacob Zuma's dismissal of Mxolisi Nxasana as head of the National Prosecuting Authority was unconstitutional and that ... Read more »
The Constitutional Court has reserved judgment in a matter in which Shaun Abrahams, the head of the National Prosecutions Authority, was arguing to stay in his post. A full bench ... Read more »
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