President Jacob Zuma says
matters facing the National Prosecuting Authority and the Hawks are being dealt
The NPA is currently dealing
with the strange disappearance of its deputy Nomgcobo Jiba, and the Hawks
tackling the suspension of Hawks boss Anwa Dramat and the fighting with Police
Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko.
In a statement President Zuma
said Minister Nhleko has assured him that due process will be followed with
dealing with the Hawks matter.
Presidential Spokesperson Mac
Maharaj said the two ministers assured the president that they attending to the
matters relating executive managers of the National Prosecuting Authority and
the issues that have played out in the public.
Maharaj said government will
ensure that confidence in the justice crime prevention and security cluster
will remain solid and that cluster continues with critical tasks of fighting
crime and corruption and ensuring the safety and security of the public.
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