NPA spokesman Luvuyo Mfaku has refused to comment on the case because the organization makes no comments on issues related to employment.
FILE: Shaun Abrahams. Photo: Christa Eybers / EWN.
JOHANNESBURG – Glynnis Breytenbach of the Democratic Alliance (DA) welcomed the reports that Shaud Abrahams, the former Public Prosecutor, resigned from the National Passenger Authority.
While News24 reports that the lawyer has taken a pension package, the spokeswoman Luvuyo Mfaku of the national prosecuting authority (NPA) has refused to comment on the case, saying that the organization does not make any comments on employment issues.
Earlier in August, the Constitutional Court ruled out the appointment of Abrahams as national director of the Public Prosecution Service, he then went on leave.
Breytenbach, who is a former prosecutor, says it is good that the NPA seems to have lost Abrahams.
(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)