Mammoth task for Batohi and NPA as coup cases plummet

The “avalanche” of state seizure cases National Director of Public Prosecutions Shamila Batohi said last year that she was preparing is beginning to fall fast and thick. Her mounting workload comes in the wake of the publication of the findings of the coup inquiry committee, chaired by acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo. And while she and her team now face the mammoth task of what — and who — to pursue, anti-corruption lobbyists say they need to start small. Organization Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) chief executive Wayne Duvenage said on Wednesday, “The first thing I would do…

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