Thursday, August 29, 2013

DA not giving up on spy tapes investigation

Imogen Vollenhoven
29 August 2013

On Friday the Gauteng North High Court will hear application for leave to appeal by President Jacob Zuma against the court’s order compelling the National Prosecuting Authority to comply with the order of the Supreme Court of Appeal to hand off the so called spy types. 

The DA said they will not give up because the principals involved are so important to democracy.

DA Spokesperson Cameron Arendse said that if it were not for the South African Taxpayer president Jacob Zuma would not be able to fund his court case regarding the spy tapes.

“The DA has already spent millions of its own money trying to get the truth behind the spy tapes and it is important for democracy that the NPA must act without fear or favour,” added Arendse.

Furthermore Arendse said that if it were not for the public interest they would stop funding the president’s endless diversions on this matter and start funding the Marikana mineworkers so that they can appear before the Farlam commission on a level playing field.



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