The Western Cape
High Court has dismissed the Democratic
Alliance’s claim that secrete causes were behind President Jacob
Zuma’s failure to suspend deputy National Director of Public
Prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba.
Dolamo handed down his ruling earlier today in the opposition political party’s
proposal to have Jiba suspended pending the outcome of an inquiry into her
fitness to hold office.
Jiba allegedly criticised
by several judges for her handling of the spy tapes saga, the Richard Mdluli
case and her decision to prosecute former Kwa-Zulu Natal Hawks head Johan
In a 54-page
judgment, Judge Dolamo in a statement said he does not agree with the DA’s
“simplistic view” that all President Zuma had to ask himself was whether the
allegations against Jiba were serious enough to warrant suspension and an
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