File: Former deputy NPA head Nomgcobo Jiba has withdrawn her High Court application challenging the legality of the Mokgoro Inquiry which found her unfit to hold office.
CAPE TOWN - Former deputy NPA head Nomgcobo Jiba isn't getting her job back.
The Western Cape High Court has dismissed her application with costs.
Jiba wanted the court to order President Cyril Ramaphosa and NPA head Shamila Batohi to reinstate her.
Ramaphosa sacked her and senior prosecutor Lawrence Mrwebi in April.
That's after the Mokgoro Inquiry found them both unfit to hold office.
A second part of Jiba's court application is still pending.
She's asked the court to rule that Ramaphosa violated the constitution when he ordered an inquiry to investigate her.