Wednesday, April 26, 2006

NPA denies corruption allegations

The National Prosecuting Authority has strongly denied a Sunday Times report that its CEO, Marion Sparg, and her entire top management team are facing charges of alleged corruption and tender rigging. NPA head Vusi Pikoli admits that a disciplinary hearing is pending against three senior officials, relating to alleged poor administration in the NPA during the period 2001 to 2003. Pikoli says the cases against Sparg, deputy CEO Beryl Simelane and the head of the Integrity Management Unit, Dipuo Mvelase, are internal matters. But Pikoli stresses that insinuations that the NPA would tolerate corruption in their ranks for the sake of political expediency are without substance.


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