R2K wins court decision to have NDPP interviews made public

The North Gauteng High Court has granted Right to Know Campaign’s application that interviews for the position of National Director of Public Prosecutions be held in public. Courtesy #DStv403

PRETORIA - The North Gauteng High Court has granted Right to Know Campaign’s application that interviews for the position of National Director of Public Prosecutions be held in public.

The advocacy group had taken President Cyril Ramaphosa to court wanting journalists to be allowed to report on the interviews for the position of National Director of Public Prosecutions.  

The Presidency had opposed the court bid, stating that media access will be inappropriate.

Twelve candidates are vying for the position of NDPP and the interviews are set to begin on Wednesday.

Twelve candidates are vying for the position of NDP and the interviews are set to begin on Wednesday.Courtesy #DStv403

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