Those involved in conquering the state, including the Guptas and former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and his chief financial officer Anoj Singh, will not have to worry about repercussions for their alleged crimes for quite some time, according to a report in City Press .
The report indicates how cases, including those relating to the Estina Dairy Farm and the person who will investigate the alleged role of Duduzane Zuma in the R 600 million kickback offered to Mcebisi Jonas, are confused.
Prosecutors blame this on the recently removed former NPA chief Shaun Abrahams, who, according to them, pushed to bring things to the table before they were done.
According to the report, prosecutors are awaiting the result of the commission of inquiry into state detention, which takes more than two years before they go further with the cases.
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This is interesting because the mandate of the committee does not allow evidence collected in the investigation to be used in criminal cases.
However, the Asset Forfeiture Unite (AFA) will be represented in the investigation and will launch civilian civil applications to preserve the assets of those alleged to be involved in state interference as evidence becomes available.
A group of officials from the NPA, the Hawks and the AFA allegedly met with evidence leaders from the study, who told them to take the lead in the investigation because of better research and forensic capacity than the Hawks.
Meanwhile, the NPA would be frustrated to the point of considering asking President Cyril Ramaphosa to enlist the help of the leaders of India and Dubai in an attempt to get the Guptas under the law.
They can ask Ramaphosa to work directly with Sheik Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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