SAFM 1pm News Bulletin

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) says its confident its case against Public Protector, advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane is watertight. Mkhwebane briefly appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates Court where the matter was postponed to the 25th of March. Mkhwebane is facing three charges of perjury. The charges relate to her handling of the controversial ABSA/Bankorp report where she allegedly lied about the number of times she met with former President Jacob Zuma, the contents of the meeting and discussed the final report with the former president. In 2019 the constitutional court found that Mkhwebane lied under oath and acted in bad faith in the way she investigated the matter. Mkhwebane has indicated she intends to file an application to have the charges withdrawn. NPA spokesperson, Sipho Ngwema...

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(So if anyone says we have cooked the charges here, they must look at the matters, they must also look at the docket.They will see that these are formidable charges based on facts and you will see that those affidavits were signed under oath on three instances so there cant be anywhere one says those are manufactured. These are true charges, they emanate from cases and also the court themselves have said you need to investigate and also take action )

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