Deputy Director Willie Hofmeyr has bundled lawyers Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi for an apparent fall in serious corruption cases initiated.
A screenwriter by Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions Willie Hofmeyr, who presents evidence at the Mokgoro study on 11 February 2019.
PRETORIA – Deputy Chief Executive Officer Willie Hofmeyr says that over the past seven years, there have been systematic attempts by the National Prosecutor to avoid prosecuting senior politicians for corruption.
Hofmeyr raised the objection while he was examined at the Mokoro Investigation Commission in Centurion on Monday.
The hearings have focused on the unfortunate findings made against Hofmeyr in the judgment of the Board of Appeal.
Hofmeyr has joined federal lawyers Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi for an apparent fall in serious corruption cases.
"But the brutal reality is, if I ask Mr Mrwebi and Mrs Jiba, what a significant case [they had] In the last seven years, I think their answer would be zero. "
He says that the public's lack of confidence in the NPA has been related to a lack of action in relation to state catch.
"I think there was a systematic attempt by the NPA not to accuse senior corrupt politicians and that was not because there was a lack of evidence or case."
Jiba's advice strongly rejected Hofmeyr's allegations and accused him of making political speeches in this investigation.
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