Judgement to be handed over to Jiba today

Simamkele Vakaza
23 May 2016

The Western Cape High Court is expected to hand down judgment on Monday in an application by the Democratic Alliance to have Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba suspended, pending a disciplinary inquiry into her fitness to hold office.

The Democratic Alliance asked the court to force President Zuma to suspend Jiba and institute disciplinary proceedings after she was strongly criticised by the Supreme Court of Appeal in cases relating to the so-called Zuma spy tapes, and Richard Mdluli.

In March, the DA argued that the failure by President Zuma to suspend Advocate Jiba was unlawful and tainted by ulterior motives and bias


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